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WAI ION, KENTUCKY -- TH- 1 



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. 'ume 41 - Number 



Bearcats anct Pioneers 
Have Ups and Downs 



'Cats Trip Silver Grove, 
Pioneers Down Tigers 



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Boone County Heart 
Fund Drive Chairman 
Is Named for 1956 




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Simon Kenton S3, Bc«-tri»ood 34 

► ~ hwood 53 

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Wolton-Verono 64, Silver Grove 62 

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Light Pot , 1 1 >ts came in the 

final p> riod 

Go dVin 2 1 , Young 4, 
i int. ■ i I, Ziegler 2, Lewis 4 

and ■ 6. 

In a game that required three ovei 
i,m. .i rest rvi « " 

nary game 39-37. 



• ntucky i unties 

Staff ordsburg- Homemakers 

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Mn Fi lenca Mann entertained with 
a tu'^ y dinnei during Chritmus tdl 
Or and Mi Holton Craig ol Ludlow, 
on. I Mi and Mr I E Tails 

Mi and Mr. Alfred Hume of \ • 
Road, entertained on Christmas day 
Mi on I Wi i u ii II Baynum and Mr. 
ond Mrs Wolloci Baynum arid family, 
ol I c ' i ng toi > . 

Mrs Em tained the 

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ing tin hoi id y Mr, and M 
Tishcr, Mr and Mrs Huh Fisher, Mrs 
Mr. and Mis Lebus 
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red ■ inomi nts *(;'■' 
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• icing Men 

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icing to decoroti the rakes they hod 

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' The lesson was. gu . 

Mm i lul ■ witrt the 

I mo J pa'ty and w ,i the funds 
i 'uiv gifts fir an unfortunate' ncighboi 
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lenl announced 
the Slot. 
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i be hi Id the 

' I,. , in thi rni nth, will fea 

nhite i ' ■ ■' a enm 

Ortd will I • ■ cny- 

■• nd It will fie 

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Mi !.:■',' ented tl pi 

gram Mrs Thomas r 8yrm read the 

"Lightii • thi Chrlvtmos Coi 

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Ml I .1 ■ . t' . garden I. 

ill )ovi a report on safe 

mi driving reminaing us to always 

thi Ii It H the rood and weat 
si /in thin i whiti 

Mrs Lucy Dunlapp and Mrs C. P, 

Duncan new I II mmunity, were 

me membei as wi ri Bi tt\ and 

. Rich ond Dovid Borrow Others 

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Mill, r, Emd Stein, L. J. Ropp, 

Harry Cooper, Thomas Byrne, Stella 

Klein Edith Ware, 

Melvin Hrueggan, Chestei Hill, J C. 

I lint m Henry, Denver Binder, E. 

.1 li Bluch Rich, L. J, Faulkner, John 

Shaw, Roy Payne, Hubert Borrow, and 

J A Keeney 



JANUARY WEDDING 

Mi and Mn. Albert Crowe, Verona. 
announce the coming marcage of their 
laughl ■ ,Ora h Mi George Scott, son 
of Mr ^nd Mis John Scott, Sr., Verono. 
The wedding will take place at 8:00 
Ihi • v 'anuary 1 4 In 

fhi Vei list Church A rei eptii n 

is to bi held in tin- church immediately 
ii i th wedding The public is 



■ 'i of Verona, tw brotl Claude 

^ alif . and J a- 
Breen i»f Uoyton. On and several 
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with Rev I 

• ■ . ,-ial in N. .-. Betln I Ci m, 

,', > iti was a meml « i I thi 
Cincinnati. 

ALBERT PARKER DAY 

Mher t I 

29 at I I rm i • 

1 in Butler 

ide < ughn rs 

.' •< Mr , 
Anno BuriJen of Walton and, >•*■ 

wi James Day 

iun. hertmt Uuy 

' Butler, and Earl Day of 
Grants Lict 18 grandchildren, and 20 
• ,'onitc hildren 

held Monday afternoon, 
thi I lamxit ■ Funerul 



ind ( xchangi: d gift 3 
• • pals Mrs R R Ouick was 
ng wth Mrs F M. F *rei 
tK following: Mi Front 
- irF Mrs ti H Bramlagr. Mr- 
'd L Clarl- M" William Endres 
Gi rge Finnell, Mrs L P Lee, 
Mrs, Roy Kurril' I Mrs William A.' 
•fcrs Roy McHsile Mrs. Vern Ott. Vis 
Hi Mi E A Sterling, Mrs 
r Rol mson 



with Key Kelly^Kennedv 
ting Burial was in the Walton 
( • rm ti r\ 

Forest Conservation 
Essay Contest Winners 
Announced; 303 Enter 



A total l f 303 i mrfittei 

on th, • How Fonst Consei ■ 

Can Benctft Ms Community " m the 
■ | nti'st I by tl ! 

•. Soil Coi tion District, ac 

• ■ . Included 100 
fi m Walton-Verona school 150 
n from Floret i Elerni ntory i 
and 53 i" . from I unty High 

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I- . || • I ■ Boone Counts Hi I 

in I |i d winni i i I thi fit ' 
I loo . $25 p0 bond 

'I ni Counts * li |h wc 
awarded $ 10 1 foi - w! 

Bill .M< Wh rtet oni thi i B mi 

School entry was awarded $5 Ou 

101 third priie 

Miss Irma Rector, of \A I I Veran 
High Sctiool, Wolron, was awarded a 
c itifu oti I ■' thi ' • iv in th, 

school. Gary F. Nixon was awardi I c 
certificate tor the best essay in- the 
■ ntary school. 

lust and second place winners will 
. mpel I i the tatt awards in Louis- 
villi Hie first award will be nisen by 
the Courii t lournal and Louisville Times 
Other award, will be given I \ 
Conservation Districts 



Piner P.T.A. Meeting 

• A lovely Christmas pageant portraying 
'iiOj customs was the highl. 
the December meeting of the Piner P 
1 A The pageant was under thi 
ti in i t Mi .s Hi ten fsi s , Kenton County 
Music Supervisor. 

A large crowd was in attendance, and 
the thrd grade won the room otti mlcncc 
award ,. 

Mr ond Mrs Ray yVjoods ond family 
wl I smgton, spent Christmas day with 
his moth, r Mrs Flora Woods, and fam 



ew Lity Louncil in rirst Meeting; 
Hire Two, Name Committeemen 



ORIN W. WADE 

• Orm W . Wade, (SO, Ta 1 7 Pi public 

ST", Cincinnati ecembei 22 at 

pitol, Covington A former 

' I Fiskburg, he was the Owner 

' " ling Cincinnati, 



AIRMAN PROMOTED 



I I thi past 3 1 years, 

include his widow, Mrs Dell 

three sons. Onn, Jr , 

' Dovi ! Wad all at home, 

a dau.'t.r v . rhy Wade, at 

• V, rnon Wade, Pleasant 

Cincinnati, and -a sister. Mis; 

Almo Yates, Kenton cool 

wen .ne'ld at tt>i , Wilmi.ngt.pri 
irch, Fiskt.ur.j with bunal'm 
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Willing Circle Class Meets 

All Good Gifts Comi from God," by 
in ■ ■ ,. '• story read I y 
Mi I M Pow( rs at the Deo 

the Beechgrove Homemakers 

Mi William tndres presided ot the 

■ ng at which time Mrs Roy Kum 

ler, cil 'hairman discussed the 

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jt the annual Christmas 
sponsored by thi United Cerebral 
■Palsy. 

g the afternoon, members sang 




Gory Carlisle 

•mo s C orli M e , se n of M i . und 



j.^hn Carlisle, has been promoted 
to Airman Second Class. He is with the 
Air Pelic > Squadron, stationed ot Mar- 
iano Base at Albuquerqu- N M 



Harold Campbell and 
A. D. Yellon Retained 



The new City Council of Walton met 
', for its first meeting Monday night at 
the City Hall with all but one member 
present The new council is c • 
of Kyle Nicholson, Trovis Dunn, G H. 
Moore, D. H. Vest, who was absent, 
Randall Martin, and Leon Hell. Mayor 
P.. M. Hall presided. 

Two present employers .were rrh.-ed 
for this vear, Harold Campbell 6» clerk, 
and A. D. Yeltpn as attorney. In the. 
Police Department, Herman Simmons 
was the only applicant f( r Pi lice Chief. 
, Harold Jones, who has been serving as 
ossstant chief, and William Parker, were 
applicants for this post These positions 
were referred to the Public Safety com- 
mittee for further action. 

Committees Named 

The council, under Mayor Hall, was 

" ■ '• ' care for the 

various duties of the city, as follows. 

Woys and Means, (licenses tcx, assess- 

.men.L__.cjty, clerk 1, — Huw, Vest Randall--*— 



WATER OFF FRIDAY 

The \N • • of, wotei suneiy will be. 



• • m 10 00am to 1200 noon 

iav, January 5„ according to John 

Stephenson, in on), r t clean the 

ton.d pipi i o vidl d wi j"' 1 ' conditions 

i'lrmi; 

Social at Kenton, Saturdpy* 

Tt'i Kenton arid Community Volunteer 
Fire Department will sponsor a' social at 
i si . o Kenton] Saturday Jan 
,7 beginning at 8 30 fi m Refresh- 
mi ■ t will erved according to Chas 

Mi chairman Proceeds will be 
used for thi ' h_ ttt rment 'of the fire de- 
i'ortmtnt. 

LIVESTOCK MEETING 

A livestock meeting will be held in 
Burlington, ot the Courthouse, 1:30 p 
m, on Tuesday, January 10, according 
to Joe Claxon, County Agent 

L. A.'Vennes, University of Kentucky, 
will discuss farm outlook for 1956. A 
ntativi dm iti, Experment Sta- 
tion, Animal Husbandry Department, is 
'if from seal calves 
The lucsti>ck outlook will be discussed 
by J. R Kimber, manager, Cincinnati 
Livestock Producers Asiociaticn. 

All farm, rs arc invited to attend this 
meeting After the business • session 
there will I , free refreshments 

Ten Cases of Scarlet 
Fever Reported To 
Health Department 

Ten cases of scarlet fever were re- 
ported to the Boone County Health De- 
partment during the past week. The 
cases have been scattered ond there is 
no reason for alarm. 

It is recommended that the school 

remain open so the children can be 00- 

■ more closely. There were more 

new cases during the hotrdavs than while 

school wos open 

Parents should watch for early signs 
cs.f scarlet fever, which are: fever, sore 
throat, heaoache and vomiting; a rash 
appears within 24 to 48 hours, usually 
beginning on the neck and upper part 
of the chest These symptoms appear in 
two to seven days after contact with the 
germ. 

If these symptoms appear, see your 
family .doctor because there can be 
complication from scarlet fever 
Frequently there mjy be car infection, 
. damage or rheumatic fev«r — - 
may be prevented by~leorly treat- 
ment. Watch for sympton-o ki 
ren 'dtrP'of school and home, and Xfl"' 
, or doctoi if they appeal 



Albert Schwenke Top 
4-H Tobacco Grower 
In Boone This Year 



Martin end G. H. Moore, Public Safety 
firemen, health', Lecn Holl, 
Trasi Dunn ond.Rando'l Mcrtin U' 
ties and Legol (water, lights, se* 
Kyle Nicholson, Hess Vest ond Ti 
Dunn; Streets ond Sidewalks, G 
Moore, Kyle Nicholson and . 

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TO DEDICATE ORGAN 

Eighty-one 4-H Club members soldi Members of the Walton Methodist 
62,992 pounds of tobacco, bringmq Church attending services on the first 
$3? P93 20, for on average of S60 16 °' January were surprised to hear a n t w 
per hundredweight at the 4-H Tobacco Hammond organ, which- was installed 
Show and Sale at Carrollfon, December ; last Saturday. 

17, accoiding to Ed McCandless, assist- This Sunday, January 8, at 7:30 p 
ont county ogenf in Boone county m this new organ will be dedicated to 

— -Afee^-Sehw^rrkr--safd"thrr-rop crofr' in ' t he W orsh ip ond -Glory -of-Ged: — -Rev . H .* 1 - 
this county; 334 pounds for an average I C Ogles. D.D. , Superintendent of the 
oi S64 04 p.-r hundredweight. A • .mgton District of the Methodist 
Wood sold .8 of on ocre, 185*4 pounds, Church, will officiate at the dedication 



for on overage of S62 98; David Huey 
sold 1094 pounds for $62 49 per cwt , 
Scotty Morton, . 806 .pounds, 560 75, 
Clifford and James Stephenson, 872 
pounds $60 33, ond J^rry Williamson, 
1120 pounds, $56 58 Clinton Rouse 
sold 972 pounds for an average of 
$62 29 per hundred. 

Clinton Rouse trnd Clifford Stephenson 
each scored perfect scores of 200 . 
ip the tobacco judging contest They 
were the only boys out cif the 65 per- 
ticipanfs to have perfect "-ores Jerry 
Williamson, Albert Schw. i Kenny 



and preoch the evening sermon. 

The public is cordially invited to at- 
th, service. 



a m., to the Meigs Fox home, Richwood 
Williomson, ond James Stephenson also' Road, where a fire, wFiich had started 



placed in the blue ribbon cla^s Scotty 
Horton and David Huey ploced in the 
red ribbon class, and Albert Wood in the 
white ribbon class. James Stephenson, 
vVrona, placed second in the auctioneer- 
ing contest. 

Awards will be given to the winners 
Of the sale and individual prizes will be 
given each member selling tobacco. The 
awards will be presented at- the regular 
4-H Club meetings. 

BOONE COUNTY BIRTHS 

The following Boone County births 
have been released by the Health De- 
partment at Florence: 

Duechle, John and Nancy, Union, 
grl Kimber-ly Ann, December 3. 

Forry, Kenneth and Betty, Florence, 
girl, Carla Jeanine, December 9. 

Fryar, Eldred and Allene, Burlington, 
boy, Timothy Wayne December- 6. 

Klette, Carl and Dessie, Union, boy, 
John Allen, November 29. 

Purccll, Raymond and Lcnora, Walton, 
boy, Raymond Grant, December 8. 

Ruholt, Harry and Rosella, Hebron, 
boy, James Brian, December 2. 

Wu'estefeld, Stanley and Betty, Floi 
ence, Lioy, "Gary Alfred, December 8, 

Thanks From Postmaster 

The following item was givi-n us by 
the Walton Post Office: 

> our, IjcoI postmaster and employees' 
wish to commend you for your fine spirit 
of cooperation" in doing your Christmas 
mailing early ond in separating your 
local and out-of-town mail. Your co- 
operation enabled us to do a bett. 

moil oul 
Thank* 

J 

Mrs Erma Sdx:kman calieii on Mrs 
! Woi ov. Sunday 



TWO FIRE RUNS MONDAY 

The Walton firemen made two fire 
ru' s Monday, which were the first in 
some time. The first was a false alarm 
at 8:35 a. m. to the Shamrock Inn on 
U. S. 25. Chief Groger was in charge 
of the run. 

The cither call M'onday was at II 15 



in a flue, was . brought lender control 
without too much damage Gene Mc- 
Elroy ond James Bonar were acting as 
chiefs on this run. 



Elders and Deacons 
Ordained Sunday At 
Local Christian Church 



At the Walton Christian Church Sun- 
day^ Ed Elmore and Charles Holder 
ordained elders for three years, and 
Cleveland Marsh, Gilbert Groger, Florry 
Stephenson and Foster Gu,tt dgi .were 
ordained deacons for three Vi vs. Frai.k 
Penick was re-elected charmen of ihe 
official board, cfcd Ctayt n Jew was 
ncmed vice-charman. Tl v. wen I 

ed for a one-year term 

Forest King, State ry of Christ- 

ian Churches, will preach on Son lay 
January 22. He will help the' pulpit 
committee select a new ministi i 

Rev. Charles A. Vaughn will clos'- 
his work with the local church January 
15. He and his family will move I 
Jacksbore, Texas, January 16. 

Sunday morning, .Rev. Vaughn will 
speak on the theme, "The Message and 
Meaning cf Revelation." The ~ 7 30 
theme will be, "My New Yea: s Wish 
For This Church." There have beei s» 
additions to the church in the past threi 
weeks. : — *" — 



Alpha Class To Meet 

The Alpha Sunday School Class i • •• 
oaptst Church, Walton, -.w-wl. m 
this ...Thursday* evening at 7:30 witf- 
Mis." Ralph Carpenter F. 
vited. 



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WALTON ADVERTISER, WALTON, KENTUCKY 



WALTON 
ADVERTISER 

• ished In 1914) 




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Entered As Second Ooss Matter 

January 1, 1916, ot the Post 

Otfice at Walton, Kentucky 



MARK M. MEADOWS 

* Owner and Editor ' 



Malcolm Simpson - Assistant Editor j 



Mr. "B " Earl 

*ith Ih r sister and 

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Moynard Meodowi - Shop Foreman, 






Subscription Rate: 

$2 00 Per Year — In Advance 



MEMBER 



;FrffuCKY PRES! 
'AS SOCIATION , 

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Mr and Mrs Rov Watson and family 
spent the holidays with hrs pan ■■• Mi 
and Mrs Lloyd Wal 

Mr ond Mr- Ralph Aucas and n 

• Crwistmos."day with bis sister, Mr 

Id Jump ot Dry Ridge 

V- ond Mr- Frank Linker of Car- 

1 ridoy evening guests of 

i hortes CorWe 

Stanlev Perry entertoin- 
• r Mr and Mrs 
Stanlt v Perry Jr and family, Mr. cod 
Mr-, Noyer and family Mr. and 

Mrs -Jennings A\er, and family, and 
■■■ ■ 
.Mr and Vrs Arthur Burdine and sons 
entertained Onstmas evening for Mr 
and Mrs Tom Parker and family of Mil- 
ton, Mr, and Mrs Arthur Kimberlm and 
family of Middletown, Ohio, ond Mr, 
ond Mrs William Porker. Pvt, Jarm. 
Burdine, who was home for the holidays 
has returned to Fort Leonard Wood, Mc 
where he is stationed with the Army. • 
hAr. and Mrs. Chester Sturgeoaraas 



Mr and Mrs James Reed I 
t i 'wn,- spent everol do\s during the hi I 
idoys with her pan r-t Mr and Mrs 
t Fcrkt r 
Mr, end Mrs, i _ - and 

daugt-' ; o entertained on ( 

mas day tor Mr. and Mrs Gerald R. lond 

• 
Vr and Mrs John Wood ond 
had as Sunday „ Mr. and Mrs 

|, Mi arid -Mrs. William 
and children, Mr ond V' 
' and family ot Camp St, « I 
ter of 
Mr ond Mrs Andy ^enri on I \ 
■ Christmas day with, his sister Mr 
and Mrs Gordon Pay is and fam 
H ron Other guests were Mr. and Mrs 
v • ■ r«nn and Mr. and Mrs Elmer 
Coats. 

Mr and Mrs. Joe Sexton and son en- 
tertained Mi nday - vening I ■ Mi 
Wright and daughter, Donna and Mi 
Grace Knox. 

Mr. and Mrs. Bryant Rector and' dan 
entertained en Friday evening I i 
Mrs Kenneth Johnson, Sr. and Mr< 
Potty Myers. 

Mrs. Sollie Miller and daughter Fm 
ma Jane, spent Christmas day wrth her- 
son and wife, Mr and Mrs. Fred Miller 
cf Carrollton. 



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Mr and Mrs ChurleS Carlisle Chtrr 

■ Christmas m with a dmn< i t n 
Mr ond Mr Gun Carlisle* and >dau 

Mrs Mae Griffin has m- \. J fi ■• 

■ opartment t,> Latoniq 

Mr and f/rs Richord Ryan and fom 
ily wire Christma dO\ guests of Mr 
Mrs Russell Ryan 
Mr and Mrs P - rt Horn ond daugh- 
ter Ju tmos day with her 
parmts Mr opd Mi I ^ ■• •• ! 

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v md Mi Charles Carlii » n 

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Mr and Mrs | He ond Mr 

Beighle and daughti i wi n 

last Thun .lay evi riing - t thi ii 

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or-. I family 

Mi to Ki nn. y a teac her in 

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■ spoil the Chn tma ' day. with Mia 

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Mr and Mrs Marvin I 
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Repaired and (leaned : 





. JACKSON FLORIST 

3124 Madison HE ' 

COVINGTON, KY. 



I BODY WORK 

: Painting - Retouching 

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| WRECKER SERVICE ... DAY or NIGHT [ 

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Expert Carburetor Work Body Work and Painting 

CHEVROLET ££ ' 



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^fo-nily entertairjd ot dinner Friday eye 
ning, Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm Simpson 
ond Mr. and Mrs. Ward Rice ond sons. 
Sunday dinner guests were Mr. and Mrs 
Ralph Coppage and family and Mr. and 
Mrs Albert Robbins. 

Mr. and Mrs, Charles Moloney and 
family hod as Christmas day guests Mr 
and Mrs Guy Carlisle and daughter^ 
■ Mrs. Grace Knox and Mrs. Vera 
Wright and daughter were the Sunday 
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bert Parker at 
Carrollton. 

Mrs, Liyonia Elliott was the guest on 



Christmas day of Mr. and Mrs Malcolm 
Simpson and Mrs. Moyme Simpson. 

Mr. and Mrs. Dove Workman were 
""Ttte"'"h'Cf1doy " guests-of— Mr*,---Ber4ha— £uUL . 
of Mt. Sterling,, Ky. 

Mr. and Mrs. George Bickers and 
family and Mr. and Mrs. Carroll T-aut- 
man and baby of Livia, Ky., were wei I 
end guests of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Ryan 
and family. 

Corl 'Bickers returned home from -St. 
Elizabeth Hospital, Saturday. He was 
injured in an automobile accidenl. He 
is getting along nicely. 

Mr. and Mrs. Horns Moore hod as 
dinner guests Monday, Misses Koto and 
Eva Roberts. Afternoon collers were 
Mrs. Forest Thompson, and Mailland 
Baker 

Misses Pauline and Beatrice FJynn en- 
tertained Christmas day for Mr., and Mrs 
Tom Carr.of Verona, and Mr. and Mrs. 
Robert Hoffman and family. , 

Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Collen entertoined 
on New Year's eve for Mr. .ond Mrs 
Gilbert Groger ond Rev. and Mrs. Chas. 
A Vaughn ond sons. 

Mr. and Mrs. Jack RoserrTeidt of 
Detroit, Mich., spent the holidays with 
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Whit- 
son. 'Mr. and Mrs. James Whitson and 
son accompanied them home * r the 
weekend. 

Mr. and 'Mrs. Howard Stephenson were 
called to Ghent, due to the death of 
Harold Griffin. The funeral was hcU 
Mcndcy afternoon. 




$1.25 



FAMOUS FOR 

Delicious Pan Fried 

CHICKEN 

in bosket < 

PHONE FIRST— ED 1-3130 

And They Will Be Ready! 

ORDERS TO TAKE OUT 

ItEAKFAST ANY TIMI 

EAT IN YOUR CAR 




ALWAYS OPEN 

1939 DIXIE HIGHWAY 

?'/? miles south of Cincinnofi 



It looks 
high priced 

...but its the '56 Chevrolet! 





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THE NEW BEL AIR SPORT COUPE-one of 19 high-priced looking Chevrolet models. 



Who wouldn't mistake this handsome new 
Chevrolet for a high-priced car! *- 

It looks strictly "upper bracket" with its 
bold new Motoramic styling . . . its longer, 
lower hood ... its proud new grille that 
spans the full front end. 

Even the details would do credit to an 
expensive car . . . like the sleek, high-fashion 
taillights (the left one hides the gas cap!). 

But, even beyond the costly appearance 
of its Fisher Body, Chevy gives the high- 
priced cars a run for their money. For it's 



one of the few great road cars built today I 
It brings you the added security of nailod- 
down stability on turns and lightning accel- 
eration for safer passing. Horsepower now 
ranges all tho.way up to 205! All engines now 
have hydraulic-hushed valve lifters. 

Of course, Chevrolet has safety door latches 
in all models. In addition, you can have seat 
belts, with or without shoulder harness, and 
instrument panel padding at extra cost. 

There's a nqw Chevrolet just made for you. 
So come in and highway-test it. 




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fed, S35 each; fat ducks, 
$1 00 coch; baled hay, any 
amount, 50c bale; register 
ed Pole whitetacc cattle. 

OLD KY. HOME FARM 

Nicholson, Ky. 

REL C WAYMAN 

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Mf, On Stoni en t t rtoy ie d wWh ■ 
wotch party New Yi ' " 

,.,. t Mrs C T Pickett, btu 
ond Mi \\ I Pickett ond son, Mr and 
Mi , B I Ball* v ond son, Mrs flora 
ummi , Mi M ll ■ A,M '' '"i. Mr and 
•,' Lynnelle and 

n I lynn 
Mr an.1 Mrs Everett Mtfkell of Nor 
nd Mi i Htl l i ► ond 
v » Wiuv Blocli wen Monday 'dihhei 
i t Mrs Nell 
Mi NbH 

*itl. luii I husband. Mr 

ind Mr, .1. r r y Mi her of Indi i» nd< n< i 



i ) Dudgi ' " ' 

,i,-.t First Cla ol Fort Gulick, 

ll / ni 'J^ 1 '- '" ,,H ' Army 

.in rr, in v. ry ill at hr. 
■ ' ■■ Main r Hi . I 

r»d ' <n. Ell ert, 
w nt ti.. ii home I., r. ond Mane 

I I i| M'. Bol ' ' 

Mr oi d Vr lock Roberta Florei 

I lor Chrisl n ,ni 

■ id Vr Ban i 

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Mr an,) Mr.. W M Bl rtram and 

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, with I Mi WW 

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Christmas 
• . ■ 1 ... (htl r. Mrs 

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Mr am) Vr Malcolm Simpson had 

... . • • I . ... 

Nick Welsh and Mr-, 

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*itn I • .band,. 

.•■••( ' Rich- 

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... ... days 

, .. ,t v.. . k -with Mr -or i EoH 

... , 

Kent vi ' |ues1 

v ' Mi nday eve- 

led a lorty at the home 
t Mis Pauline Gr 

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Mrs Maude Wilson was the -guest 
pf_ Mi - ii jnjo Gaines 

Mr-, Bess Conrad entertained at din- 
i . r lo.t Thursday, Mr. and Mrs Powers 
Mi n i Vr I eo Flynn entrrtained Conrad, Mrs Mary Stephenson and 
will . turki r/. dinner Christmas day for daughter, Kathryn, and Mrs. Odillo 

Mrs Flo 'ummry. Miss Conrad i I ', I ■' id-je 
'•' ■ v Mrs Matt! Mr. and Mrs Albert Newton and fam- 

ily* 'M 



rs 

I lynn Mr and 'Mrs 1 * Charles Race and 

• • Dennis, David, Lee, Lynnelle 

urn! i- Flynn, oncj Miss Marian 

Vr and Mrs Mar. nson Mr 

■ ond Vr I I//H- Wllh 

* 'o Vr and Mrs 
• ' ■ i Erlongt r 

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Ready Mixed W 
Concrete V> 



. Stephei ■ '■ " dinner 

• .'. ■"} _1* Mr 

• i Vrs Pascal Bush 

Mr, . • *os the guest of 

Ond, Mr and Mrs 

. .• • last Sun- 

Mr and Vo. J r.n Stephenson had os 
guests Christmas eve, their dau- 
Oi I husband Mr and Mrs Lee 
irti r ot Cincinnati, Mrs Vlolo 
.nna and Hyron Kent. 
Mr and Mrs S C Combs of High 
., •• i : /ard Ky , due 

, ,, i hi r mi rhcr. 

Mi . • Mn Will Hoeffler of Cov- 
Monday 

■ ■ U< r Mrs Dora Field i 

Mi mi , Foil » " • guest of 

ond Detroit, Mich 
3ui o.; T'~." '" ' i . Ki \ ; 

(..,,. Stockman entertbined with 

a turV . ' - s *' ' 

.,,) Mo, Hub fisher. Mrs Susie 
• ■ v. od Mrs Li bus Step 
■ , ■ . u.jhter 
M, ,,o,t Mo. Li v. Pennington hod os 



'.' .it Flynn was the quest last 
I Mr. and Ml '-i'lll 

n-ii in ol T** gton 

I ■ ind Mrs Donald Wr iti f Burqin, 
% ' To. sday and Wed 
f Kiv and Mrs. J P Ta 
' .'nily. 
V- an I Mr, Russell Ross of V. ■ 
mpv ! t their h mi n Chan 
n ently pun hoi ed from Mr 
rl Baker. 
'.' '■• . Eo ' n pf Louisville, spent 
Mth her aunt and uncle, Mr. 
'.'■ Iv m Wasson. 
: I ,nn was tr ■ *c i kerid fJU ' 
<■ Oi ISM Vr on I Mr Oris Roe, 

I Marl Ind. 

Vr ond Mi i.r , Duff of Covmg- 
V. ! '.: Hi uv ond Mrs Charlc- 
ivere I lay afternoon gi . 

of Ora Stone, Morn Armstrong and Flo 
jurnn 

V. V itx I John n, ond Betty ond 
• i. i *. ri Christmas day 
Welti r V si r ' 
of Toyloi Mill F 

Mr end Mrs W-H l I and Mr 

Mrs Donald Rici i I '• w Year's 

>■ . Cincinnati • ... • . 

hAr and Mrs Alonzi Sh( rt of Mill 

tn j their"Baughtci and husband,' 
Rev an.! Mrs Chos Voughn and family 
Mr, ond Mrs Earl Spencer were thi 
... . , i • then son and 
wife, Mr ond Mrs James Spencer, and 

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ond Mr-i Wi s Craner and fam- 
ily, Mr and Mrs Joe Sturgeon were the 
New Year's day guests of their parents, 
Mr. and Mrs Herman Newton. 

Mr ar : Mrs C. B Ferguson and son 
of I'rmiri'jham, Ala , were holiday 
of his aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs 
Herman Newton. 

Mrs Ora Stone had os dinner gu< sts 
Mo Dora f ii I Is 
and Mrs Stanley Allen, Jim Stone, Don 

Armstrong, and Flora Summcy 



Mr. and Mrs Stanley Bush are now 
iocated at Fort Pierce, Fla , for the rest 
f"*fh"i w.i 
Vr Lena Mann and Miss Linda Moe 
(ton, called on friends 
urmg. the holidays. 
Mr and Mrs Wallace Glenn. and fam 
ily, Mr and Mrs Raiph Lucas ond son, 
MTr, and Mrs. Joe Glenn, Mr. -and Mrs 
Opal W. Simpson ond family, Mr. and 
n wi o 'he New Year's 
of Mr and Mrs. Winfred 
Simpson and family 

Gilbert Glenn and Miss Shirley Euan's 
inited m marriage by Rev. >R. F. 
DeMoisey, Christmas eve. 

Mr ond Mrs Harry Glacken were the 
Mr Monday gu e s ts • -f Mr ar.d-Mrs. Wallace 
Glenn and family. 



V 9 ^cfnnyfiogby wos e»hafiday guest . 
of Mrs Lotta Powers. 



Mr and Mrs W- W Rouse entei 
tained the following guests on New 
Year's day Mr. and Mrs B W StaHard 
of Clearwater, fla.. Mr. and Mrs. A. M. 
and son, Mr and Mrs Jack '<• u ,. 
ond daughter and Mrs Come Rou 

Mr and Mrs Dale Stephens and son 
*. re Christmas eve guests of his mother, 
Vrs Lcontine Stephens. 

Mr. and Mrs. Tip Mills of Lexington 
were holidoy guests of their daughter 
; and husband Mr and Mrs A M Rouse 
Mrs Gt't I crdl was the New Yi ai 
I of Mrs. Pearl Fink and daughter, 
j Ruth. 

Mr and Mrs Finley Jacobs, Jr. are 
birtl f o daughter 
• December 26 named Con i Lee. 

Mr. ifcnd Mrs. Marshall Stephenson 
hove tjoved to the Martha Wallace 
apartpwnt 

Mrs Robert Blockwi II visited her 
mi thi r Mrs Kate Thompson, and her 
Mrs Ann Heilman at Florence, 
V • day' 



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cobs to hay '. . ..ond do the job more efficiently 
than you can hove it done by your local grinder. 

AT LESS COST TO YOU! 

We will grind your grains, mix them with 
molasses, concentrates ond minerals as 
needed ... to make exactly the kind of 
feed you want, at less cost and less work. 

Make Your Grinding-Mixing 
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This Mobile Feed Mill Will Be In the Following 

Localities Monday and Tuesday: 

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DEMOSSVILLE, FISKBURG b PINER. 

Coll HE 1-2622 for Other Grinding Dates In This Area! 

J. H. TEDDERS, INC. 

16th b Russell Sts., Covington, Ky. Phone HE 1-2622 




:, day their sons, Mr 
Pennington ond two dau- 
, . . Mr and Vr 

Jimmy Pennington and son of Newport 

and Roymond Pehnington. 

Mr and. Mrs Orville V. f Cov - 

, , • r tp .'. toy with 
: tu'i ey dinner I 

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• ..< | i thi ' Charley Wo< I 

Mr and Vr, Ralph Car ( n nt, r l 

. * Yeai di'ir • r. Mr. and 

Vi Otis Readnoui Mi on t Mn 
ond S n Mr and Mi Jonv Rl 
ond Mars ond R. wena Car(venter. 

ond Mr. Levi Pennington spent 
tur.1 .. wtf then I m .:•'• I w.i. v- 
.-,nd Vr lomi P* nningl n of Ni \ 
Mi and Mrv Aubriy Ecklei wen 
• I ■ ii |oy dinner qui sts ol hei 

Mr and Mrs Levi Pennington 
Mr urd Mrs. J. C Powers ond Ml 
and Mrs Elmo Powers 6nd son of El 
longer, were the last ' Thursday e\ 
iui ' of Mrs Bess Conrad. 

Mr and Mrs Levi Pennington h 
oturdoy night guests Mr and Vrs 
,, rgi s or,;,, I • 1 1 ■ innati 
. M Ly ni F I y nn spent 

In i. -v ington the post v.t ( k the 
ol hei relatives Mr. and Mrs Charles 



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PHONE 112 WALTON, KY 



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"Radio, Heater, Two-tone Paint, 125 h. p. Motor, Runs Like A Clock. 

1953 FORD Customline 4-Door $895.00 ■ 

Radio, Heater, Fordpmatic, Wrap-Around One-Piece Windshould, 
Key-Turn Ignition, Suspended Break and Clutch Pedal. 

1949 FORD a steal at only $195.00 ■ 

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This mas be our Iqst - * From the 
T, «i i as m ore thinking 

h m the farm oni) k< - wn all 

fheexpei I feed bills etc 

Bide- A Wee Kvm hod a very nice 
Christmas as your writer could not hove 
I for a i tin - 

• ' 
■ furCi > 
ill the trimmings which was a un 
• r oil the pr« si nts wi n 



grandson, Richard Dorse> (who is there 

with his wffe Otio and httio Sara theli 
dough tor From Dick we ri eivi I 

- ■ * sterling silver and pure 
Jtei I ! lades and in addition the * 
ing. tools punch screw driver 
opt nei ■ - i m ■ i omer noil 

or>d i on opener V ou con ol* 
n Dick to pick ou something 
unusual for a gift 

- Rather a iuu t Nm 'i in the 

' »i' V • ■. * . » c i it • -most 

li b rated ot home with I 
tjmiln i, =*• 



>~3. 

jr e s> > r ry tJ iji lt u r w ith _au.r— i:U 
newspopei frit nd C >nrad as wi 

think I 

in't agree that this has bei n a good 
fot tjrrru I *l . . " foi what 

• what 
si II Thi si ore your cu! I 
Mr Conrad, So its up to Mr, Ben 
sei that we get thr ^ornrrfcr our 'work 
as these men who We working fpt.wagi , 
and get a raise, every time the t 
Ining goes up. Inst that fair" 1 . 

We want to make special mention of 
o gift from Tokyo, Japan, from our 



The Sfoffordsburg H n ^ will 

mt oli . • 
fords: v • Church and thi I I 



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from ! 2 noon for the oftern 
Mr and Mrs -William How 
rated thi ir 50th w 
anms. undo\ Manv well wishers 

and relatives called to congratulate 
them 

ry to heoi friend, 

• •• rj is in .the hospital. We h 
is somewhat "improved 

Che , wife and mother •. . I 

•■ i m India" 
doy. 



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: DR. G. (. D0N0H00, CHIROPRACTOR : 

1 WALTON — Main & Depot Streets FLORENCE— 7628 Dixie Highway j 

i urs: Monday, Wed., Friday, Houis: Monday, Wed., Friday, 

2 00 p. m. to 5:00 p. m. 10 to I 1 a. m & 7 to 8 p. m. ■ j 

PHONE: ATLANTIC 3-5371 ■ 

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With Fall-Added Fertilizer 



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Let's look at the facts 

The best place for your family to live ... is in 
your own home . . . bought and paid for. 

BUT One out of every Six homeowners die 



Before paying off the mortgage. 

The Mortgage protects the Bank against the 
loss of its money . . . The Mortgage Policy pro- 
tects You and Your Family against the loss of 
your home . . . Get the details on this low cost 
protection from 

Dan J. Roberts 



IF TH* EVER HAPPENED TO YOU.. 

ycy it find the solution under the picture! 




Open the windows! 
Open the door! 

The smell's terrific 

— that's what for 

My nose won't stand it 

My eyes rebel 

Aint there some kind of 

paint without this smell? 



(Note: Where have 
you been, mister? 

Jelled Magic, the new 
one-coat alkyd paint 
that's jelled and homog- 
enized doesn't have 
that old-time painty 



odor. You can even 
paint with doors' and 
window s closed without 
discomfort. And be- 
cause you don't have to 
stir it . . . and because 
it goes on so easy and 
doesn't drip or splatter 
like ordinary paint .". . 
and because it dries so 
fast, you can do a paint 
job now in no time at all. 
Ask for a demonstration), 






Conrad Hardware 



: Phone 23 



Walton, Ky. 



Midwestern farmers can make 
higher profits from winter wheat 
despite- acreage allotments, by 
effective fertilization this fall, 
reports the Middle West Soil Im- 
provement Committee, in citing 
information from college agron- 
omists, 

In Illinois, says thfi eornmltee, 
wheat yields hHVP Ken in- 
creased from 14 to 40 bushels per 
acre with applications of ferti- 
lize] containing nit rogen, phos- 
phate aiul potash 

tvlivt! l'ertili.'.Uion based on 
soil tests boosts wheat profits In 
two ways: 1 — Fewer acres are 
needed to produce the same 
amount of grain This, in turn, 
cuts costly seed bed prepara- 
tion. - By spreading ti\ed costs 
of production ovei a greater out- 
gut per acre, the net return is 
increased on each bushel of 
wheat 

Hi ■• fadcastlng and plowing down 
• the fertilizer gives best results 
where soil tests show low and ex- 
tremely low nutrient levels. The 
plow down method assures an 
even distribution of a large 
amount* of fertilizer throughout 
the plow laser. 

Where soil tests show medium 
and higher fertility levels, a row 
application of fertilizer at plant- 
ing time w : ith the grain drill will 
give good results. The row appli- 
cation can also be Jsed to sup- 
plement a broadcast and plow- 
down application to promote 
vigi rous root growth 

T p dri ssing | be made 

in the spi.im. it fertilizer was 
omitted m the fall, or if only 
minimum amounts of nitrogen 
u ere used 

"The important thing to re 




NOTE OF APPRECIATION 

I v>r.h t I sinn'i, I, ll 

and relativt ■■ foi tht man'v t;ord vi fs 
and prayers which ' received during rm, 
the I i| ital "> out k in '•<• *'H 
always be rememb* ii d 

it i ' i AMI VEST 



county 

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Higher fields and higher profits 
come from win. it fertilized With 
nitrogen, phosphate and potash 

member," says the committee, 
"is to get the fertilizer on 

Illinois results show that the 
net acre profit of the rotation in 
eluding the '.J bushi 1 wheat crop 
,w,is ord> v (8 ,;i1 Hut the acre re' 
turn jumped to more than $<>4 
•■].' i e Ml 1 1 ngi n. phosphate and 
h WI i'd • 

Agronomists list these man 
' • I ices for profit 

; use ti eat 
ed seed, ol a recommended va 
for the particular ari 
i thi fly free da'ti 

■ - .. ' lage to pi 

I a firm so d-bed I Cm 
w .iter and i ontroi ei osion bv ' 
r plowing and ; : 
\ er .in thi drier regidns 



c ^MAVMCferdy $ 110 

and your old washer 

at $1.25 a week 



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Phone 663 


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Calvin Perry jr 

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One , • 

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ast wet ■ ■ w Irunl 



I . W tine and . ■ " ■ ■ 

• ■ 

V.O V - • ■ » 

whei :• ' |hwo> *as cut in 

and th- , • rve oil the 

m the world tor giving their valuable 

time to saving . 

ind family of Reading, 
Ohio, were holiday visitors to the I - 
and guests ct this writer and wife 

Rev. Bob Brumback and tamilv and 
his brother. Tommy, ot Independence, 
were Sujrulov guests >f relatives "at the 
Tower 



V • ond Mi Harvey 

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Verona News 

Russell Chipmon returned to comp on 

New Year's iloy atter spending- the 
Chnstmc , hi lldayS with h*is parent. V- 

ami Mrs f.i Chipman and fornffy i 

Mr and M' , J B 
\>> , jfeTi calling on ■ Mr ■ 

and Mis — j~~^f — G l c t e, Suniluy a li eo — orrH 

We are glad Morgan Char- llei 

■ frs . ■ • 

long nicely 1 1 I •- 

well 

We on: .' rry t hi or I Bi rty 

having to .... 

day. 

Mr q-h) Mr, Hatry Edjring.ton 
Wednesday with Mr and Mrs Hcrv. y 
Hughes. 

still a lot ot Sicte 
We wish each and i •• ry 
one c recovery 

Mr. and Mrs. Walter I • 
tGintd their daughter and hu'.ban | 
Ne wYu i k C it y uvu i th e C h m ii nuv " 
idays. 

Mr and Mr, Wilbur Harris a'"' 1 rw 
'.' . • it from M 

until Thursday with his mother, Mrs 
Lena Harris, ond his brother and sisters 
as well os ' ther r< lol 

Mrs. Martha Hayden entertained her 
cMdrin with a New Year's dinner on 
Sunday Those present were Mr. and 
Mr •.. ■ mcey an-i v n, LI ' 

near O* tnti n; Mrs. +liehar,t Robn 
and Ia ' i ttsmi r. , Mayrs Hay- 

ifld daughter, Carolyn, and Mr 
Susie Glori • /ei na. 



lim lijm' ■ 

. Is, Mi L aura I 

• 
P u l t on o l 
*• * n Her woy t 

for u • 

Mr and V 
were 

•I Mrj iv .... ion and 

Mr and Mr, Conner LiM 
a delici u ..... ■ . ,,,., w ,th fheir 

daughti • I • • law. Mr ami Mr 
McMillian, of Covipgt ■ ' ■ . 

pent New • ;- dov with another 
■ • imily Mr 

nd- Phyllis of Rict-w 

'• ■ img 

ge in Maim . • nt the 
Christmas I lays with homefoU He 

• his grandporent, Vr and Mrs 
. r Littrell Frid 

jimmy Ray L • • lew 

doy with his tat' ■ ■ . Mr, II and 
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your own for llttli ll r, lli.m 
you'd pa\ for the * 
washer "ti t he mat k, t ' I i>\ 
monthly terms lil"T ll t rut. 

in rillowam •• 

Whv wait any longer t" enjoy 
tin- easier washing mis oil.., 
i May tag ' < 'oine in t'»l >> fot I 
damonstxatioD. 



HAGEDORN 



854 Dixie Highway Erlanger, Ky. 






! Pepper Peak Florence 



Tobacco Warehouse 



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Office Phone 57 



CYNTHIANA, KY. 




Distributor Of 

Inter-State Bottle Gas 

Immediate Installation and 
Prompt Service on Refill 

"Brown" Gas Stovej^i^ 
Gas Hot Water Heaters 

Jansen Hardware 

110 Pike Street 
COVINGTON, KENTUCKY 



f LOOK AT THESE PRICES! 

i 

# Dec. 7, Warehouse No. 2 averaged $61 75 

Dec. 9, Warehouse No. 1 averaged $61.46 

Dec. 12, Warehouse No. 3 averaged $61.52 

% Dec. 13, Warehouse No. 3x averaged $62.48 

When you can get the highest average, why be satisfied with less? You can unload 
your tobacco now at one of our warehouses for an early sale. 



You Do Not Have to Register - Come In 



■^iGSfeise* 



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R. C. Pepper, J. Roy Peak, V. D. Florence, W. B. Tucker, F. D. LeBus, G. LeBus,iJr. 



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Rebuild Rundown 
Pusturvs to Boost 
Meat, Milk Output 

Rundown permanent pastures 
''"' or renovated and fertilized 
"" «a»l '" produi e higher yields 
"' legumes end grasses at a low 



Walton Locals 



ni \t year, re- 

W. I Soil 1m 



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Mil .Mi! Hi, 



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• i i usl per a< re 

i»'tts the Middle 

pruvi menl < 'ommit(ei 

,' M " ' " built pa tun s can 

often i arry twin h many live 

• , '" k prr. ... n ., . former) 

V'."-' 1 ""' '•' P«n ' 

• nit utond milk 
and hi K h< . .. • . . 

and .l.iu \ i, ,1 ,. , , . 

The . mnniitti , 

in i, n 

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' "<• pa.stun with high si.l.r 
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NOTE OF APPRECIATION 

I wV.li |p thaat all my friends and 

neighbors *i i nbered mi in many 

Aijy, wl.ili in tl..- hr>spi'ol Your 
rhoughtfulnfts *Oi appreciated ond help 
• • ) brigl ti ii thi -i.i, ■ while I was there. 
"It I ' WILL HOARD 

Kentucky Farmers 
I'se More Fertilizer 

Kentucky farmers' used 574,- 
i:i7 tuns .if fertilizer last year to 
i n c r e as e crop y ields i«t Hfi 

..nil cut costs of production, re- 
ports the Middle West Soil Im- 
provement Committee, in a 
statement based on National 
Plant ^oOd In: tituto i niiipila 
I ioiih T hi s winvaiH-iinT fMmi of 



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Skids are less likely on CONCRETE 

The differem e between a deadly skid and a safe, quick 
stop is often ihe paveineot. Vou ran stop faster, even in 
the rain, <m concrete. That's because concrete's gritty 
surface gives yoUT tires a firm, tight grip, wet or dry. 

Besides permitting better vehicle control, concrete 
makes nighttime driving safer too! Concrete's light* 
colored surface reflects up to four times more light than 
dark colored pavements. You can sec farther and have 
more time to slow down or stop to avoid danger. 

Concrete roads also are safer because they're free from 
hazardous rut*, washlvoard wrinkle* and raveled edges. 

It's worth remembering that when the weather is 
l6ugh you're much safer on skid-resistant concrete. 



24,505 tons compared vwth the 
1 1 1 .'ceding year: — 

The committee points oul that 
13 Coin M.-lt states used a total 
of 6,709,950 tons of fertilizer in 
the year ending December 31, 
1954 

Fertilizer use in the various 
talcs was Indiana. 1,161,909 
tons, Ohio, 1,008,400 tons; Ilh 
nms, WI7.322 ti • uri 649, 

7. r )(), Iowa. 609,668; Michigan, 
575,481 . Kentui ky, -*i74 . !!»7 Wis 
consin, 422,268; Minnesota, 313,- 
238; Kansas. 228,041 . Nebrai ka, 
191,452; North Dakota. 48,643; 
and South Dakota. 31.381 tons 

"Farmers in the Coin H. It to- 
day arc using six tun. g tfl 
fertilizer than they did back in 
ays the committee "In 
that year, f. rtilizer use in the 13 
totaled only 1,048 362 tons 

"Jl'he steady rise in fertilizer 
use in reci nt years has I e< n due 
to an increasing .realization !>>• 
farmers of three t fac- 

,tors. l , Plant food • hem 

ktow mora . orn pi i acre, extra 



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Morion Arch Woller oi Vfrrono, wh( 
liertl at the V. • 
H wot able tn be hrought 
' I i rhi h m, of his uncle 
Mr and Mr Marvin Waller, 
1 ' " ' Chri ,tm • layl He still rc- 
' his condtion impi *< 

Hii brother, Billy Mac V. 
lationed in Washington, D C , 
the ItVqIIi r home to be 
•■■ '• ' ■ ' ■ . thi r Any cords addn .v d 
' • H ' :l Cincinnati, will be 

" not. ■! by Marion Arch. He 
■" pitol Monday where 

* i H hove to n main ) r .|uitc oohlc 



tons of hay and pa I in and 
highei yields of ' small ri a in , 
11 It enal lea them to cut c. 
- f pn ■<! .ii tli in and to bo. t pi til - . 
per bushel and p. i t< n '< Fer- 
tilizer is to jjOIld Soil 

manacement or i Hon " 

ii r. f sorghum in 

Mick/non . •, , roduced 46 to 83 

' vain an acre. 



Mr or,) Mr-, Bud Richman and lit- 
; ' » Ch ^l st mQ^ wtth 
I Mr, and Mrs D. L Richman 
' I ling . illt- 
Mr and Mrs. Maiden Relew and son, 
"tr rtained on Christmas eve, 
Mr or. ! Mrs Marion Belew, Ernest 
I Mr end Mrs Willard Fort- 
Williamsfown. 
Mrs Mary Schneider spent Chi 
lay with her i Mi li ff Webb, and 

f imily ol Williamstown 

Mi ond' Mrs Claude Somuels and 

■ Mortm spent Christmas day 

■■ " Mr and Mrs Willi.. 'Martin ot 

Mr and Mr, Walter Cooke cntertam- 
n Christmo M Bi ii Tungate, 
Mr on i V • , ond three 

Irpn and Sank Brown.. 

Edith Vesl >i Walnut Hills, Cm- 
■ • .' ind Mr fh( ! n>c V/i Si ol Flor- 
• pent M ,nday with Mr, and Mrs 

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Mr and Mrs Joe Bill Goodmon ere 

eg ..i r the arrival • . j gir 

and Mrs. Wendell Belew and 
'a rhildren of Mt V. rn n are visit ng 
his porents, Mr and Mrs Mai 

Mr and Mrs Horry Waller and little 
daughter ol Chatiam^xjo, Tenn , are 
visiting his.. parent,, Mr and Mrs Mar- 
vin Woll. r 

Mr and Mrs Charles May and rwi 
children of Evansvill' ;,ent Christ- 

mas with his parents, Mr and Mr, A 
L May 

Mr an,l Mr, i> . I-'. , ) , n ti rtained 
Christmas, Mr and Mr, Ambury _ of 

Ky , and Mr^ and Mrs V. 
Ambury of Blu? Ridge, Tenn. 

Mts. • Alice Tockett of Vtrona, who 
■'■ • ir.|u r. d,m a car occid. nt wo weeks 



Mr and Mrs. Shelby Hisel hove mov- 
ed from the apcrtment of Case & Flynn 
to the Mrs Leo Gouge home. 

Mrs. J T. Daly wos taken to St. Elu- 
abeth Hosptal, Thursday with a heart 
ailment. 

Fred Brown, who wos operoted on at 
'it. Elizabeth Hospital, is improving 
nicely. 

Mr. and Mrs John Mullins are re- 
joicing over the arrival of a baby girl, 
second heir. 

Necrly 600 soil samples have been 

th.s seoson in Oldjjam tbunty. 
On" hundred and thirty-nine farmers, 
4-H'ers and Future Farmers attended 
. ling ill monstrations in Scott 
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ago, was able to be "F 

[to] to the ' home of her 



i ,t. r, Mrs Robert Whitson, Mrs. Tack 
I tt will haw to n mam- in bed for ten 
weel 

Mr and Mrs, George Roberts and 
three children spent Saturday night with 
Mr and Mrs George Vest of Florence. 

Mr and Mrs. Boyd Evans have mov- 
ed from Sherman to the farm of Marion 
Bi I. a 



New groups of"'lorrneTs in Calloway 
grid Morshg ll counties have |0ined the 
Torm and Horn. rffi nt program" 

A weight control clinic is being spon- 
sored among Bell county women by the 
county health department, the medical 
society, and the home demonstration 
Extension Service. 

Producing over 148 bushels an acre 
made George Smith the 1955 corn 
champion in Clay county. 



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Mi ,o.) SAr Chark •-, Ami) f enter 
■ Fmas doy Mrs Agnes Mul 
• Erianger, Cpl. Tommie Tungate, 
• ' it 1 , ... Va , Sgf. Marshall 
Tungate and Mrs. Tungate, stationed 
ot^Columbus, Ohio, Wilbur Anderson of 
• " Mrs Dorothy Riley, and Owen 
Tungate of Walton. 

Mr and Mrs Elbert Dallas and son 
of Zion Station, spent Christmas with 
Mr and Mrs. Kenneth Holbrook. 



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We Also Have A Complete Line of Tuxedo Feeds 

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REMEMBER, YOU PAY MORE FOR POOR 

ROADS THAN FOR GOOD ROADS. 

KENTUCKY DESERVES THE BEST. 

INSIST ON CONCRETE 



PORTLAND CEMENT ASSOCIATION 

612 Merchant's Bank Bldg., Indianapolis 4, Indiana 

A national organliallon to Improv* and •«t«nd th» uwi of portland 
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it in the dictionary. But in our book the 
answer is "JOB"— for that's the kind of 
money it takes to create a job opportunity 
on the Southern Railway today. 

This $31,855 is our invested capital per 
employee— the money that has been put 
into the equipment, land, facilities and 
other "tools. of the trade," without which 
there could be no jobs. 

Because of the nature of the railroad 
business, this investment per worker is far 
higher than in most other industries. But it 
is money well spent. For our invested 
capital not only creates employment for 
many thousands of men and women, it 
also nukes possible a modern, ever- 
improving transportation service that is 
constantly adding value to the investment 
all of us have in the Southland and 
its future. 

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; FUNERAL HOMES 
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SPEAKS 



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Cure for Worry 



lesson for January 8. I'l.'.ti 



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Phone: Walton 352; Florence, AT 3-5101 



AKK no thought for your 
life, what ye shall eat, neith- 
er for the body, what y« >- 1 1 : 1 1 1 

put «'!! " Did Jesus say this ' 

how foolish it Bounds! Christians 
do take thought for what they eat; 

-Uui.v plan .meals, they eat in 



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What's 
Your 

Savings 
Goal 



This Year? 



Whatever amount you hope to save this year — 
it means careful planning and regular saving to 
reach your goal. Drop into our office and we'll 
help you work out a steady savings program, if 
you like. Here your savings EARN a worthwhile 
return, too. And your savings are insured to 
$10,000. Open your account with a convenient 
amount . . . you'll like saving here. 



Xl FIRST. FEDERAL BS% 

501-503 Mam St., "Covington, Ky HEmlock 1-6480 

f Latonia Office — 36th & Decoursey 



Grade-A restaurant! if possible; 
they make out grocery lists, tin > 

stoic food 111 

[ : i ezers They 
take .thought for 
the body, too; 
didn't you get- out 
) .i w Inter tin- 
derwi ar and -your 
overcoat, and 
didn't you 

• summer 
when- the moths 

gAl .t > ,r Foreman 
tlu 'tn ' Very good Christians act 
as if Jesus never said "Take no 
thought' . . " As a matter of 
fact, the instinct of such Chris- 
tians has alw ays In-, n right 
.!« sus never did say this. The 
i \ gives 

a iii of Jesus tin- : ;.:ht ti I 
lation which Greek sch lars I. 

;.". iwn -.'. i 1 1 "l»» 

nut be anxious." Thought tor the 
f itui e is not w rong; anxiety about 
the future is u ronj fqi a' Ch 
tian, and not good sens< I u any- 
body 

"Your Father Knows . . ." 

Worry is a kind of disease, and 
Jesus offers a curt' fol it He 
had tested it in his own life first, 
unless Chi istians rfnve dis- 
covered that it will .•. :k !• 
and most important ingredient in 
this cure for worry is trust In 
God. Many pc iple belu-vo in God, 
ri'vi a fashion, without tiu • 
him. Jesus reminds us that < 
is our Father, and that he knows 
what we need He knows we need 
food and clothing He will hot see 
to it that we shall get what we 
need without our hav • .: to lift a 
finger .He will not promise to give 
us all we want But we can be 
confident that our Father in heav- 
en is none other than the In- 
finite and All-wise God What 

ever is real, is known to him. 
however small The needs of the 
(lowers in the meadow, the net Is 
of the birds on the wing, God 
knows these— and how much more 
we his children have a right to 

- dep e nd "" hira* Xttnrry l« j | . 

we have foi gotten God, or don't 

think he is wise enough, or 

ng enough, to do what is right 

Mountain and Molehill 

Most numan minds are pretty 
active They arc like a - 
pea vine, its tendrils reach out 
and if they don't find a fence or a 
trellis, they will climb up the near- 
est wed. So our minds get twist- 
ed around weeds and get lost m 
the high grass when they should 
be climbing into the sunshine A 
second ingredient in Jesus' cuie 
for worry could be expressed in 
the proverb Put first thin. 

ost worries are caused by I 
things^ that are least important 
is tucks out food, drink and 
clothing, as the things which "all 
the nations of the world" are si i 
ing Now these things are Irri- 
tant It ..- :. '. '. : .'.,; to buy 
nor to plan a garden 
But when they take first place in 
our minds, when we are anxious 
about these things forgetting oth- 

more important, we deserve 
•all the trouble our worrying 
causes us The preacher who wor- 
ries more over how he says a 
thing than about what to say. the 
'in i who won a • over her 

children's clothes than ovei theii 
minds; the Marthas of the world 
w ho aie " a n* i0 U S and t: a .''I' d 

about many things" si> that they 
never have time for the la aven> 
ly Guest I • all ca rry b u dins 
of worry which would drop, oil if 
they would p_i.it first thugs first. 

The Mind at Work— on What? 

Won y is hot to be . ! : id of 
simply by sitting down in an easy- 
chair and a) ing "Woi ry. g i 
i.v ' " You ( m't even pi ay it 

away, th lUgh pi aver does help 
■^.enormously and <a was said' 
without trust m God, worry is 
inevitable Worry ha to bi worked 
aw ay Je ; i ' core foi woi ry in- 
cludes this: "S< ek God'; k i 
dom " Paul wi ite? '■ The k 

'lorn of (;. : 
. and drink but right and 

peace and a .', :■, t... I I 
rR«m 14: 17 i At y C 
will really i 

era ■ ' '.'oak in i V II e 

of God' i fti donn tl . ■ . I 
adding to 1 

g ■ 
this world, 
earth more liki 
that In eva 

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A h.iby doesn't "just happen." He is en 
through a slow and intricat« i n .rss dctigm I 

Gi 
od. 

Neither does a delinquent "just happen." He. too. 
is 1 1 cited — Kraiiually — by little wrongs and bin. 
all" human-caused. 

Insecurity, improper associates or environment 
and lack of love often push a child into developinR 
criminal tendencies. 

Neglect, lack of Kuidance, lack of education and 
reliKious training will cause him to weaken and 
sick morally and s piritually. 

Responsible mothers and fathers will endeavor 
to protect their children from these evils. Thev 
will love a child. They will supervise his activi. 
ties, and see that he has adequate religious edu- 
cation. 

They will see that he -goes regularly to. Sunday 
School and Church, and they'll go along with him. 

As a responsible parent, be sure that you create 
a Christian — not a criminal. 





This Entire Church Notice Is Sponsored by the Following 
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WEBSTER RADIO SERVICE 

"Rodib-TeTevisToiV SblevSe'rvTc* Walton, Ky. " 



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Phone 154 



Walton. Ky 



HALL Electric & Appliance Service 

■Phome~-W 



DIXIE STATE BANK 

Walton, Kentucky 



HAGEDORN'S MAYTAG SERVICE 

85o' Dixie Hi'way, Erlonger. Ky. Dl»ie I 5233 



WALTON LUMBER COMPANY 

Phone 19 . Walton, Ky 

PHOENIX RESTAURANT 

"The Home of Good Food" Walton, Ky. 

RYAN HARDWARE & DRY GOODS 

Phone 99 




LIPSCOMB CO OP FARM STORE 

Phone 100 Walton, Ky. 

BRAKEFIELD DRUG STORE 

Phone 63 Walton, Ky 



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INDEPENDENT LINOLEUM & CARPET CO 



527 MADISON AVE. 



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COVINGTON, KY. 



LARGEST SELECTION OF ARMSTRONG LINOLEUM IN NORTHERN KENTUCKY, ALSO QUAKER RUGS 

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women for a discussion of the pi ' Rome Beauty apples won swecpsto* , 



^^WRaT Every "Hbmemaker bhould tinow in troy and bushel exhibits or The ■ 
About Kentucky Lows " /r""v<r tucky State Fair. 




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Happy New Year 

Before wc close the books on the old year 
rruiy we say "thanks" for all you've done 
for us during the past twelve months. 



---AVc--hr>pr;^tTror-+hM-4fl--th-e--N^w -Year to 

come v.c may play some part in making 
your hopes and dreams all come true. 



Dixie State Bank 

WALTON, KENTUCKY 

f\A*mbi ' C Deposit! Insured-Up-to $10.000 00 



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Kenrucli >r> wi shall be name- 

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witl hi laughter in l • - 

H .'r\ Chapman is irr,' ■ . I , * 



F«hibits by 4-H Clubs featured the 
ki*onis club- dairy cattle show in Mont- 
county 
The alfalfa acreage in Mason county 
increased 2000 acres in the past 
fivi years 



This book 
tells a 
happy story . 



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saves every paydayt 

Make a habit of steady saving end 
you, too, will read a story of happiness 
ahead in the pages of your savings 
book. 



Accounts Now Insured up to $10,000 

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the low-cost convenience of a second car. Right now, 
volume trade-ins on the new '56 Chevrolet mean extra 
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1953 GHEVROET 2-Door : $955.00 

1953 CHEVROLET 4- Door, powerglide $1095.00 

1951 CHEVROLET 2-Door, powerglide $695.00 

1950 CHEVROLET 2-Door $475.00 I 

1 949 FORD V-8 ' * $375.00 

1950 HUDSON $200.00 

1950 FORD 2-Door $200.00 

1951 FORD F-6 Dump Truck $550.00 

1949 CHEVROLET Dump Truck $495.00 

1951 CHEVROLET ' 2 -Ton Truck |500.00 



Dixie Chevrolet Sales 



Phone 95 . Walton, Ky. 

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WALTON ADVERTISER, WALTON, KENTUCKY 



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Clauitted Advertising Rare: 25 
per ad for 25 words, or lets; < < 
25 words, 1 cent per word. 
All ads cash in advance. 



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FOR SALE - 



,W3. .. SAL£-<:cin i an^4!j j l »,,._Ii! i ! I ih ;nc 



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FOR SALE — 15 room house in 4 apart- 
ments 2 ' ; baths, venetion* blinds; 
can also \, used for one-fomily I 
or for tourists; in heort of Walton: 
nice income: '2-ocre ground; poultry 
fenced for chickens and garden; lots 
of shock Due to bad health this place 
is priced to sell. 74 South Main St., 
Wait>n K\ Phone 1603. 2t 5 1 * 






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Registered ^npiis hull F 
Hogon VVilliomsl 

2 _ ! FREE ESTIMATES — Boone Counry Soni j 

FOR- SALE — ■ 124-ocr« farm, Harrison tation Co. Cleaning and repairing | 
m houst barn outbuild septic tanks. Call HEmlock 1-964) ' 

nt\ water blacktop rood I Vj tf 



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cattle 1 1 . sheep; price 
64 North 



S8 400TKJ 
Mam St 
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BREED YOUR COWS with N K P 

AsSaJBBBB mm American Breeders 



FOR SALE— Baled hay imixed, alfalfa. 
soybean! Res Coyle M -ff< tt R ad 
Phono FL 7 2580. 4t-51* 



FOR SALE — Registered Aberdeen B'ack 
Angus bull. 20 months old, 
Queens Evader H.H dam Black Prin- 
cess C '5 cheap Call Eugene Gri 
Fleetwood 7-243Q tt 



Service. Kentucky's first and only oil j 
proven sire service. Jersey, Holstein ' 
Guernsey, Brown Swiss, Block Angus 
and Milking Shorthorn. $6.00 breed 
ing fee. For service, coll Robert 
Jackson, FLeetwood 7-6681. tf-1 



FOR SALF :uartcrs beef, front 

and hind ........ | tyk 

7-5629 '. rthcutt, Jena, Rood, 

QUt High Street. It 1 * 



FOR SALE— Ear corn' Paul Staley, 711 
Greenup St, Codington, Ky. Phone 

HEmlock 1-3603. 2t-51 

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FOR SALE — 6-room oil' furnoce, p.rcs 50 naWe 
and I ■ - Priced at $150 00 



i FOR SALE— Fresh cow third caH 

*.tein and Jersey. J. H Tomlm FL 
.7-2288. lt-1* 



ATTENTION - digging and 1 

backfilling fof septic tanks drains 

and ditches of all kinds. Don Myer*.' 

Independeno Ky Phone FLeetw 

7 2798 4t-51*| 

5AVE MORI • H ON AUTO INSUR 
ANCE with "Stdfe FafaC^especially 
wh t r L sbTl or daughti i drives car. See 
Reuben kirtiey Union .Ryle 

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n v.r will try t i do all v.r can and 

givi v u thi best servici «i con fi m 8 till 6 Whi n 

our farn ler custon et busy w 

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-Larg. Hampshir boar, rea- 
Phone FL 7-7336 lt-1 



Phone FLeetwood 7-5234 



2t-50* 



FOR SALE — 47-acre form, tobacco base 
good barn I Ul l ms and bath, elec- 
tric, gas, hot waftr, full basement; 
house one yeor old. Smith end Mory 



FOR SALE— "Verona; A • lorgel 

lot, ' outbuildi ngs sacn' • ■ ,}uick ' 

' sale. R. A. Violette, Verona, Ky 



NEW LOW PRICES on Southern States 

• high quality hy I ed corn Plaa 

\cur •■ $1.00 per bu 

Lipscomb Farm Supply, High Schoc 1 

•f Walt-- — ; ti_ 



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FOR SALE— Tw Holstein cow 

Simpson, "Salem Creek. Road ot Rail- | f| ted » 

rood bridge, 3 .4 mile off Verona Road ...... „ . | 

4t-49 



Piner Road rear Goshen church 



FOR SALE— "Alfalfa hoy, $28 00 and 

$38.00 per ton, delivered. FLeetwood FOR SALE 
7-2586. Russell Rect ■ 2t-51* 



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-Eng. SAI F — rirpsseH befY ps by quarter 
FLeetwood 7-5969 
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pigs 8 wi 
3 00 one or all. L, G Davis 
RichwQOd Road. Walton 673 lt-1 



or whole. Phone 
Ira Stephenson 



FOR SALE rr TRADE — Team of good 
wo-k mares, and team of good work 
mules. Homer Huffman, Piner 
LLL Highway. FL 7-5678. 2t-l 

FOR SALE — Ford tractor with r * 
disc and mower, hay baler"; wagon or 
rubber with hay bed; 2.000 bales good I 
hay; 600-gallon water ^tank. Harry 
Chapman, Verona ■ . •'■ 

toniT 3 • 2t-l ! 

FOR SALE— Girl's 20' uicycli 

condition, $18.50. 28 High School 
Court V. ilton, Ky. 2t-l* 



)R SALE — (jos range, kla tsrate TOfe - 
oi w used only several montl 
be used for bottle or city ga-, selling 
In ' death in family. FLeetv< 
7-5354. lt-1* 



WATCH REPAIRING — Free 

most wotches cleaning Oiling one 
regulating, $4 SO Hut*r s Jewelry 

VValto-n and Er'anj e ' • »ioni._| 

Walton 180 

TRADE IN ycur Id -jtch on a new 
wotch, i. • ■ . - 

Jewt Iry, Walton and Er longer ' I 
ladies' or mon's automatic w 
•'hone Walton 180 . •• 



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howed I m several '^ fie liLrTvuy* 1 

well. I I it , . , i ■ l il., nun and 

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FOR RENT — Apartment 112 North 

Mam St, Walton <\ 4 rooms, both, 

hot ond cold water, garage. Inquire 

. at 62 South Main St , Walton V 

G H Moore. 2t-5T* 



FOR SALE — 13 Hereford cc*. 
Hereford males 1 6 months old. 
cow, Gui •■ .. in B...E 

V. rono, Ky 4t-l * 



FOR RENT — Apartment, -2 rooms, kit- 
chen and bath, heat furni • : 
child welcome. M M Lucas I Gi'ard 
St., Florence, Ky Phone ATlontic 
3-1060. , lt-1* 



FOR SALE— Can cf fresh lard. Hargis 
Banta, Crittenden, Ky , third . house 
on Eads Road. lt-1 * 



c OR RENT — Apartment, 3 nice 
and hall, private bath 57 
Mtrrrr-S+y; — Wa+ron— ~Ky— '- 



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OLD OAK FARM BARFBER SHOP— V^ 
mile East of LLL Highwoy, on Hemp 
fling Rood, Afwood, Ky Hours Tues 
day, Wednesdoy, Thursday, 1 00 ti 
8:00 p. m. Friday, 1 .00 to 9 00 p 
m. Soturday, 9 a. m to 6 00 p. m 
Mornings by appointment Closed ol 
day Mondoy. .Ladies' hair styling 

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Clifford Corneln 



proprietor. 



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FOR SALE — 200 bales alfalfa and orch- 
ard grass hay, put up without having 
rain on it, 60c per bole. H. H»'Penick, 
Walton, Route 1, Phone Walton 
644X 2t-l 



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WANTED — Ear corn, Otis ■ Readnour, 
Walton, Ky Phone 154 cr 772". tf 



WANTED— Will buy ear corn. Spencer 
Setters, 508 Mills Road, off Taylor 
Mill Road Phone FL 7-5168 2r-l' 



A & D ELECTRIC 

WIRING OF ALL KINDS 

CARL ALEXANDER & TONY DEMPSEY 

WALTON, KY. - PHONE 273 



ATTENTION DAIRYMEN -Breed vou- i 
cows to the best selected, sires through' 
■your Boone County Artificial Breeding i 
Co-op. For service, call Technician, 
Ben Riley, DU 4-3244 (if no answer, | 
DU 4-3184). In Kenton -county, col' j 
FLeetwood 7-8001. . tt-27 

FURNITURE — Antique reproduction ond 
modern furniture in cedar and el 
Custom cabinet makers; modern and 
antique refinishmg Branum V. 
work ihop, Verona, Ky., K-l. " 



BETTER CALVES at less cost with the 
Southern States calf-raising program. 
New energized calf-maker and calf- 
developer. You'll make about $26 50 
on every calf. Lipscomb Farm Supply, 
High School. Court, Wolton, Ky. tf 

HEAT* WITH THE SECOND SUN— Ken- 
ton County Coal Co. Terms 'cash 
Kenton lump, $13.75; Kenton egg, 
$13.25; Scarlet stoker, $14 25. Water 
houling. Joe Kunkel, owner, Nichol- 
son, Ky. FL 7-671 1. tf 



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GRUEN WATCHES— Uo_tp $30.00 trade 
in for your old watch. Men's 1 7-jewel 
water and shock protected Calvert, 
wotches, $19.95 and tax; ladies 17 
jewel Calvert, $19.95 and tax. These 
are- -high grade watches, fully guar 
.anteed. Make your selection now. A 
small deposit will hold your purchases 
until Christmas. All wotch repairing 
guaranteed. Charley _Davis, Grucn 
Dealer, 437 V-Millan Drive, Indepen- 
dence, Ky. 7t-45* 



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WV CAB MOW 

RUMS LIKE 

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Moron's 

CAM REVIVE ANY automobile 

TO FIRST CLASS 

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M/fceCKf R. SERVICE 

OIHIRAL REPAIR ANP 
■OPY WORK, 

134 N. MAIN ST. WALTON. KY. 



FL 7-5115 




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LLL Highwoy I I ••■ FL 7 2735 

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Walton 1342. 



"Sam Vest. Phone 
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NOTE OF APPRECIATION 

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NOTICE 

FARMERS and POULTRYMEN 

If your hens arc not laying, by all means start feeding 
them Southern States Super Layer Egg Mash, or if they 
are paying and you want to produce eggs 2 cer\ts per 
dozen cheaper, the answer is still Super Layer, mash or 
crumbles. 

LIPSCOMB FARM SUPPLY 

HIGH SCHOOL COURT WALTON, KY. 



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FOR SALE 



■ fuF^building lots on 
Higl ' •'• • '' 

59. at I ■ ■ W -on Mirk-, ?&<■. all is 
tractor land, 4 room I u • rsrg< 
I Vj acres tobacco base. 

125 Bushels Corn, 
fi Tons Alfalfa Hov 
3'5 Short"! 



*A. F. WORTHINGTON 

PHONE: WALTON (jH *" 



Used Car Bargains 

'53 BUICK Roadmaster 4 Door, pwr. steering, pwr. brakes 

'53 DODGE Station Wagon, radio, heater, auto, trans. 

. '51 DODGE Wayfarer, radio and heater 

'53 DODGE 4-Door, radio and beater 

'50 OLDS "88," radio and heater 

'53 PLYM. Club Coupe " '50 CHEVROLET 4 Door 

'49 DODGE Wayfarer '47 CHEVROLET 2 Door 

See the New 1956 Dodge 

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DeMoisey Gas 



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Bearcats Lose Two; 
Pioneers Win Two 



Bearcats Are Victims 
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who died Thursdoy ot ' I 

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Augusta, 
I Mrs 

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Quilt and Hobby Show 
Creates Much Interest 
For Boone D. A. R. 



MRS LEORA HOPPERTON 

for Mr, L eoro H ppert I 
'i > long (•mi- resident f I ne < ounty, 
,t to, Stith funeral 
trial in Point Lick 
cemetery ' iallotii •■ < , 

. .1 lb' 

h "i. rV Marshall Han- 

| Go I la - 
,. member ol the 

■ ,,1, I • i ■ hod lived 
li ', 1", sears 

Inn la ugh t e i Mi Hani 

-Mt-i — K^nn^th p , tch Covington , and M r V 

- 1 r Critti mji n; a son, !nn 

Unia thri e li iters, Mrs 

C l.it^ • '■' Allphin 

. ■ .i i md Mi F. thi I t ider War- 

• • per, Ur -i m 

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Kenton 4 H Club Meetinq 

■ rvtoi 4 M Clul meeting * . 

15 ol 8 



P m * Bi ogle Club 

'••'. * . a Christmas Party after the 
. ' l Qau>_iam, 

rhen w , soft drinks 

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Mrs. L M. Gabriel Is 
Hostess To Walton 
Literary Club in Jan. 



Mi L M Gobnef entertained in Feb 
II of Waltjn Christian church. 
I I much en|< yid tv i nng of the Wal 
l n V. man's Literary Club, for the 
January program' 

Tli vice-president, Mrs James S 
n t h e abse nce .,f tbs 
I '• i |. i t Mr Julia A Pause Mrs 
iirm- i *• • jjovi thi spiritual guid- 
ance wit'n a well prepared ifalk, based 
ri'pture, Rev 21 5 "Behold I 



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Buddy Beck Molilme end Lynn Cross, 

• ■■. Etmoi Ed. fie 

• k, Pol Bobby J ■ Sandra 

on 1 hills. Lowler, fat k ss and I jdu- 

.s Mr and Mi 4 

Elmo' ind Emms Ehlman, 






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• • • tor Front . - now 
WI . • : . V- V •■ winning 

n was 

. | won by Ml eorge I '•< hlffei e>f Pork 

for her Grape di sign quil, also mode 

during the Civil Wor This quilt had 

, ly won first i rule mTo7iy""tTmrv ' 

• •■ . Kentucky Stole Fair ond Ohio 

Simon Krnlon 58. Woltoei 22 tote Fair ond w writtei up nct.opally 

| VVolf • " ' " ' ^ " , an<1 ' sl " Company 

... t Mountain Mist quilting COtfi n 

.n II of '■'• J A H,oM "*" * " wifn " ! ' 

■ li u-ncc 58 - - ' ' I whih |uilt nd Ml 

.... WJniWM . Broun took the white ril • 

... 2-7 ot the ei • ' ' l ' u '" moJc ' ' v ' ''' '''" " " 

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Mr and Mi I I - i ond Jackie, 

I. rr> Morgan I ■ Jimmy and Johnny 

I - • V. [ , ;• i- (Hmon ond Mist 

agent 
Tom RiJey 



I . poll I tn r 

" - • • jt. the hail 

' in i with Rut Li I leodii 

« . n is4 d th< lea it it I 4 ;t H - 
It) ■ md in the finol 

■ I' a 14 8 advantoge , 

'■' •• 13 Voughn .' 

vers 2 E»li r 4 Bruecker *9, Hal 
0. fuller 6, Elliott 2. Pl.tgemon 2, Rue 
t*>rl 18 
■ ••. ill ■ v, nke 2, Hinds 6, 1 Podti 
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Hickory Grove W. M. U. 

Church W. M. U 

' with V ! . "'iiv .it 

Mrs M High 

•'•, ' ■ ' .,- lay evet ng January 

with Mrs f li Summy h«'r 

• ne Mrs .1 C Rey 

Mrs Mildred Popp, Mrs Martha 

Moddon Mr. Ar-.rvi Wienel, Mr. Jan 

pickll Mrs Franklin Lipscomb 

Mr, Ralph: lump on.l her ■! lughter, Rut > 

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■ w.r. r, 53 I v Mrs T-Yv 

r Mi Martha Maddi • prayi i 

b'y M' ' Curds are t . I-. 

■ . i i • - V- • - ■ ! •!.. r. -who -Ori 
ill Tl m Wi Givi But Thine 
Own w.r. given I v mi-mbi r. which was 

ting Delightful re.freshhfRits 

weri '. .1 bv Mrs Summey and Mrs 

■ t ne ' hi neid meeting will be I eb . ; 
ol Mrs Ralph lumps All members on I 

■ . mi ml i ai urged to come. 

mOM' !9So out In st year imi 



Mi Virgma Goodgndge won tw blue 
■ , red ribcn n Mrs J B Wolft 
A . ,, i «,' m Howard and Mrs 

1 uit Broun white The blue rihb ' ' ' 
•s wa» won by Mrs 
Virginia Goodndgc In the antique .lis 
play Mrs Horry Bornett won the blue 
for her picture oi a nrwspop<r 
hourning the death of George Washing- 
ton Mrs Sibbia Rrimer won blue on a 

.,., | ( t, oki ttli on,) Mi . ^ P Is/ uhert 
ti a large display of spoon holders 
'.'• A-r n I gan blue 

I »,'. imei white In 

j Mr. hrorrv B 

I Mrs William Marksbrrrv wlnte 

n display ' f silvi ns In Art 

. w 1 1. Mrs Samuel Denham Sr. 

- blui tw red and one wh^te 

Hooked rug blue was won by 

Mr, Vttginia Goodrldge witfi Mrs Fred 

I winning red Mrs William Miller 
won bio nl bon fot her ( i iRper plant, i 
In leathercroft blue ribbon went to Mrs 
Virgin with red ribbon to 

M- Horry Bornett In General H bby 

Mis William Morkesberry yvon on 

a hi t. .1 I . 3spreoa onii Mrs J 

P Brothers on a collection of d li 
v,, I,. Mis Allen' Gaines Mrs 
A A 1 i i ji tt Mi Nancy Guilteil Mrs 
William Long of fomilv Gardens, Dixie 
Highway I n ' n I I noting dis 
p| Q y ffom he i shop which added much to 

i. tin- show Many requests were 
received by the participating DAR 
. t ,-•, t,. make this a yearly affair 



U.K. Semester To End 
On Friday, January 21 

\\ ■ { Iniver its ol Kentucky i toll 
mi ... i schi luled '■ ond on Friday 
Fi ■ n t. -is ~ancr 
i . Kommatii ns t- i oil now ■ tu 
dents planning to into tin- University 
in the' nestei will be givi n i n 

irv 4 Ri-qi itrotii in ■ f ill 
student is lated for Monday ond Tue 
, day Fel 6 and 7 and i la - work will 

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WALTON P. T. A. 

II,, v,' • ■ Vcj '-■] L_ I A will mi 

..idi,!-,!, nt QVitl It 'I, i 



F.H.^-SttKly Baby Sitting 

On January 5th the F H A had as its 
| U i t spi aket, Mrs Franklin I i| ml 
i yabli tall; on ' Whut 

I , upei t of a bobs Sitter.' The quolifi- 
t ii an efficient bal s iitti r ore: 

piritual and moral standards, n. ol 

ii, on,) cleanliness Of sell and b mi 
tru tworthiness, olertness, dcpendibilitv, 
,1 ihty to asSumi ' ponsil lilitii ■ to fol- 
li w directions, and to control child; loye 
i , , hildn n an. I first aid kn iwledge 
Hn advantage bf baby litting |s 'hat 
s^f s • »p< in <k>* ti • I'', pare thi 

hobs '.itt i t - under .tand childn n - I thai 

w hi n She, I a mothi i hi ss ill 

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MRS ALICE UPDIKE 

» Updike- 85 y • Id died 

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Of 'Glcnl 
wo ■ u'»i ' by Ihree sons, Leo 
Updiki Hoi d Updiki bofh bl Cln- 
•s ond Hermon U I • >f Glencoe; 
E»ght i' Mrs Henry Fisher Qf) So- 
vanah, Glo Mrs William Carter, Cin- 
cinnati, twelve grand children and 33 
great grand childn n 

t 'Funeral services were held at 2 p m 
Sunday January 8 at 
Bop-fist Church, Gront county with Rev 
vAillis >ior\' officiating Buriol m the 
Vine Run cemetery with Hamilton Fun- 
rrjl Home in charge 

FIVE GENERATIONS 

Mrs Emma Bagby Collins, who cele- 
brated her eighty-fourth bir'thdoy vith a 
fortnily reunion on September 25, had 
to, pi • being the first of five 

generations, whose picture* -were- taken 
that day They were Mrs Norma Jean 
Baker Gaunch, great-granddaughter, 
Mrs Eva Collins Boker, daughter; Ed- 
gar E Baker, grand-son, Jem Kay 
Claunch, grcat-great-grand daughter 
ana Mrs Emma Bagby Collins About 
twi hundred people enioyed that occas- 
sion 

January 21 Set As Date 
For Walton-Verona 
Graduates Dinner 

The date set for the get-to gether 
dinner for the Walton-Verona Alumni 
Is getting close, according to Pi, si, I. "t 
t Hall The officers and committee 
that all the graduates around wo' 
Ion and Verona will be able to attend 

Fh, .tun., i will be held at tl-. 
on Saturday, January 21 at 7 p m 
Those plonning to come please send yoUl 
i ., motions to Mrs. Helen join 
M ijday, January 1 6 

fhi o will be a short program with 
speakers familiar to most -of tb- 
tcndinq We hope to have one oi tw 
past superintendents ond principals 

Let's oil |oin together and make this 
a big affair. We hope to see you at the 
dinner. 

BOONE RECEIVES $5,597 

Ri iidents of Boor.e County receiv d 
$5 597 in December under Kentu. kv - 
Ihri e public assistance program 

tin,, — a i d t o dep endent ehiUi on 
and an) to needy blind, Commi 

' l nomic Security Verio E BotpeS re 
ported t. idoy 

rhe$l payments were listed QKI Agi 

• ,ncc $4,841 ; Aid to Dependenl 
C hildri n $591; Aid to N 

■ 

for th wa 

idjUg 
- I 799 Dei 

-• -.i.jius M I'-' I 08 I 



$6,500 Blaze Destroys West 
Home In Walton Early Monday 



HONORED AS QUEEN 




Use Two-Way Radio 
For First Time 



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thing new**' 
- ■ 

Maivm K'-niiall was welcomed 
..- member of the- club. 
A film, interesting, informative and 
autiful , ••■:sing the ReStorotiOl 

I Williamsburg, Virginia, was 
"■" ■■"'■, •■' by Mr F B Wolloce, pre- 



. o sh- rt history of the early 
ni nt in Virginia, given by pro- 
gram chairman, Mrs E B Wallace 
Foftowtng adjournment the hostess 
rvi I delightful refrehments from an 
■ • alls' decorated table Ciuest 
- • ,.t tl mi eting were Mrs Dan W. 
|i r, Mi-.s Mario Chambers, Mrs. 
, • Mrs G H Moore, Mrs 

Brooke Ransom and small daughter, 
Noncyc, Miss Mary Renslcr, Mr5. Jos- 
Tackett and Mr. E B. Wallace 
Members in attendance were Mrs. J C. 
Bedinger, Miss Jeon Chambers, Mrs. J 
R Conrod, Mrs. B. W. Franks, Mrs L. 
M Gabriel, Mrs A H. Gaines, Mrs. 
Wallace K Grubbs, Mrs.'J. L. Hamilton, 
Mrs. -A R Johnson, Mrs. Marvin Ken- 
doll, Mrs H F. Mann, Miss Emma J. 
Miller, Mrs John Myers, Mrs. J S. Mc- 

RiJn|Cabe, Mn. -J-amer -fowef S r-An-s- M... C... 

Racey, Mrs C W. Ronsler Mrs. G C. 
Ransom, Mrs. S D. S. Ransom, Mrs 
W. O Rouse, Mrs. W W. Rouse, Mrs. 
W.' D Scroggin, Mrs. A P. Stephens, 
Mrs. F S. Thompson, Mrs. E. B. Wol- 
loce and Mrs James*. S Webster. 




Miss Joyce Anita Cooper 

Anil daughter of 

tind M i s Rub eil Caupo, P ., 1) B i ggs 
Indepenctt nee Ke ntucky, will be 



V 
Road 



Mr and Mrs Frank West of Locust 
street Walt ,n fled to safety unaided 
early Monday as fire of undetermined 
origin destroyed their home with an es- 
timated damage of more than $6500. 
Mr West, who was wounded in Wc>rld 
War II, uses a wheelchair ond crutches 
! to get around A passing truck driver 
was the first to discover the blaze, oc- 
rrjin g the Chief Grocjer who worked 
blaze The driver blew his h e m 
until he attracted neighbor"; who sent in 
the alarm at 2:45 a m 

Assistant Chiefs Worthingtcn and Guy 
-i-Cflr!isle_ond obcut twenty other firemen 
brought the blaze under control within 
an hour, but remained several hours to 
j see thot it did not break out ogain. This 
was the first fire in which the new two- 
way radio equipment was used and ac 
cording to the firemen it worked fine 
The Independence Fire Deportment 

ton, since all Walton's apparatus was 
in use, and according to the "mcve-ur" 



installed as honored queen of Bethel No 

8, Ind. pend, nee Tjhe installation, open "^ ^ey "would" hove token any" colls 
Public, w,H take place Monday. (hQt CQme |p frQm Qny othef source _ a 
January 9th ot 7:30 p. m. Other offi- y . mQOth WQrking orgoni20tlon . 

cerst be installed or, Jonna Richard- , The Walton department's vyomcr-, 

' auxiliaa was also on the job serving hot 
co.ffee^o the firemen and also aidmcj 
the destressed ones. All this wos dine 
in almost zero weather and firemen I ! 



cess: Brenda ' Wc rthingt->n. Guide; Sandv 
Marshall Jo Anna Eger, Brenda 
Bails. Sandy West, Pom Butler, Borbarc 
3ruegyi r Nancy Bieber, Joan Bowman, 
Joan Hutchins, Sandra Tatt.ersball, Patty 
Motfett, Joyce Chapman, Jacl-.ie Smith 
Donna Bramloge, and Jo Ann Ishrncl. 
Guardian is Mrs. Louise Jackson, and 
Associate Guardian is Mr. Louis Lee. 



Simon Kenton Y-Teen 
Club Elect Officers; 
List Activities for Year 



The Simon Kenton Y-Teen is mode up 
of all girls who wont to join from the 
tenth through twelfth grades There 

met ot the home of Ethel | orp tw0 kinds of memberships, regular 

and associate For this year there are 101 



VERONA HOMEMAKERS 

The regular meeting of the Verona j 
Homemakers 

Fooks The meeting was opened by the 
president, Minnie Davis with the Utual | ' 
procedure 

As several of the members were on 
the sick list only nine answered roll 
call with a "New Year's Resolution ." 

Mrs F'onces McCormick, the program 
chairman, entertained us with some quiz 
questions After a delicious dinner, songs 
were sung and cards sent the sick, with 
get-well wishes 

Those who enjoyed the da y*were Miss 
Nancy Guilfoil Mrs. Dora Burchett, 
Minnie .Dave,, IvffVest Lkllian Stephen- 
son, Lizzie Noel,- Francis McCormick, 
Virgie Adams, Edith Hamilton and the 
hostess, Ethel Fooks. 

The next meeting will be at the home 
of Lillian Stephenson. 



FARMERS TAX GUIDE 

The time of the year has rolled around 
again ond farmers of Boone County have 
the task of making out their form in- 
come tax for 1955. For many this is a 
hard task and help is alwavs needed 
That help can be gotten through a 
booklet "Farmer's Tax Guide" . which 
can be gotten at the County Agent' 
office." -In this guide thi r-e arc questions 
ond answers and examples on how to 
out farmer income tax, according 
to Joe Claxon, County Agent. Anyone 
•g the -booklet may coll the County 
Agent's office or stop in tor it. 



Baptist W.M.S. To Meet 

The Baptist W M S. will meet Thurs- 
lanuory 1 9 at J 0.30 a.m. The 
, . bre Mis Hazel Johnson, Mrs. 

Leona Jump and Mrs Catherine Patrick 
Bring clothing for, the mountain people. 
i K a isociofiOl ..loifoils meeting Or|. 

January 26 at 10 30 am at Southside. 
Baptist Church of Covingti n 

TWO WONDERFUL FILMS 

Thi tw n " ilar t ■ ( ' lr n- 

'Oil Town U ' »- ' and ' Mr T, kos" 
II bi hown ..' the Madison, Ave. 

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The club officers for 1956 are: Bar- 
bora Rust, president; Jo Ann Heideman 
vice president Donna Richardson, secre 
tary; Donna Schuster, treasurer; Eve 
Stephenson, reporter: corresponding sec- 
retary," Thelma Collett, worship chair- 
man; Sandra Tattershall. historian; Pot 
Brumbach, social chairman, Norma El- 
loft, cupcake chairman; Donna Lancas- 
ter, Tri Hi-Y president 

Some of cur activities for the year 
have been the Fall Area Conference held 
October 7-8 ot Boone County High 
School Our club has two Area officers: 
Joyce Cooper, treasurer, and Shirley 
Collins, scng leader 

The club has given $50 en a new 
mimeograph machine for the school. 

Installation of officers was held under 
the direction of Shirley Collins. Twenty- 
six members attended the Cheer Lead- 
ing Clinic ot U. K. November '2 Some 
members heard Dr. Crane -at Y.M.C.A. 
For Thanksgiving our club took irdivi- 
duaT pumpkin ptes to the Old- Ladies 
Home The Executive Council has met 
many times to work out a calendar of 
work. Each girl brought a covered dish 
ond hod a pot luck supper. 

Candy and oranges were token to the 
Infirmary for Christmas The White 
Chnstma '. program wos held in the asm 
The program was put on by Y^Tecns and 
Hi Y members Devotion was given bv 
Trielma Collett Why the Chimes Rang'' 
was told by Joyce Cooper. Others in the 
program were: Shirley Collins, Gasle 
Stephens, Sandra Tattershall, Bobby 
Woinscott, Richard Marquette, Clifford 
Zcff Garl Sipplo Thi re wore Christmas 
I v the Glee Club and a solo by 
Wanda Brandicjan 

VISALIA P..T. A. MEETING 

The regular monthly meeting of the 

Visalia P. T, A will be bold Monday, 

January 1 6 at 8 o'clock in the school 

lit -"mi ssit'. Mrs Charles Grizzcll 

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difficult wos frozen water on their equip- 
ment. 

The bioze had already broken thru 
the roof and was well under way, when 
the firemen arrived and they saved port 
of the building and kept it from spread- 
ing to other building neorby. 

Another saluote to our valiant fire- 



ASKING DONATIONS 

The American Legion Auxiliary ore 
oskmg donations, such as household 
articles, bed clothing, rugs, cooking 
utensils, etc, for Mr. ond Mrs. Fronk 
West whose home was destroyed by fire 
Sunday night. Mr. Wi.: is a disabled 
Vetercn. Anyone wishing to donate con 
call 16 or 564 and we will coll for same. 
All donations greotly appreciated. — Pub 
chm. 
— terVccrlf on the spirit of the Christ- 



mas season just past ond answer the 
deserving plea of these folks. 

The Boy Scouts of,Troupe 99, Walton, 
will pick up any article of any kind 
which may be donated. Just phone the 
numbers above or the Walton Adver- 
tiser ond a truck will be sent. 

LAST SERMON SUNDAY 

Rev. C. A. Vaughn, pastor of the 
Walton Christian Church for the past 
several years, who resigned recently, 
will deliver his lost sermon at this 
church Sunday and invites all to attend. 
Rev. Vaubhn has occepted a church in 
Texos. 

One Hundred Boone 
Business Men Receive 
Annual Financial Form 






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Each January business concerns in all 
parts of the United Stoti t ci from 

Dun & Brandstrcet requ I i their 

annual financial statements. Th year 
the number' of requests gi mg out noti n- 
wide will approxim.it ■ thro" million, 
with over -100 going to Boone county' 
businessmen. 

The growth and the industrial de- 
velopment of Boone County is reflected 
in statistics just released by the credit 
reporting firm. William M. Gordon, dis- 
trict manager at Cincinnati which covers 
this area, says that this year there will 
bo mote requests for financial state- 
ments mode of business concerns in 
Boone County than ever B efor e 

The Boone County section of the cur- 
rent issuo of the Dun & Bradstrcet Re- 
ference Book contains listings of 172 
local names comprising manufacturers, 
wholesalers and rcta'iers. It does not 
include some of the service and "pro- 
' i sucii as barber 

.,, real estate and stock 
figure for business in 
!v higher 
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WALTON ADVERTISER, WALTON, KENTUCKY 







WALTON 
ADVERTISER 

(Established In 19U) 



Entered As Second Closs Matter 

January t, 1916, at the Po»t 

Office at Walton, Kentucky 




MARK M. MEADOWS 

Ch^ner and Editor 



Malcolm Simpson - Assistant Editor] 
| Maynard Meodow* -- Shop Foreman , 



Subscription Rate: 

$2.00 Per Year — In Advance 



MEMBER 

fTUCKY PRES! 
^AS SOCIATION / 

"ot<,mlilb muil nil 



Walton Horrtemake.rs Club will meet 
with Mrs Ruby Tfeadway with Mrs. 

Irene Ford os co-hostess this Friday Each 
member bring something for whit, 
_ phant sale. 

Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Pollitt of Cincin- 
nati hove purchased the Woltonian 

and wi n take posse s sio n I 
Mr. and Mrs Herman Newton are mov- 
ing to Covington. 

Mrs Flo Summey was Sunday guest 
of h»r daughter and familv, Mr. and 
Mrs. Leo Flynn. 

Mrs. Nell Dudgeon was Thursday nite 
guest of Mrs. Mayme Cole in Coving- 
ton. 

Kathleen Flynn was Saturday and 
Sunday guest of her aunt, Ora Stone. 

Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Stephenson and 
family and her' mother ,_.Ann Dudgeon 
were Saturday nite guests of Mrs. Edith 
Black and daughter, Mary Catherine. 

Mrs. NJell Dudgeon was Friday even- 
ing guest of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Cald- 
wejl. 

Mr. and Mrs. John E. Stephenson, 
Mrs. Helen Jones, Mrs. Ruby Treodway. 
Mr. and Mrs. Al Fields and Mrs. Evelyn 
Sebastian attended the School of In- 
structions of Eastern Star at Dayton, O 
last Saturday afternoon and evening. 



Mrs Ora Stone and Mrs. Susie Stein- 
hauser were Monday evening guests of 
Mr and Mrs. Howard Stephenson. 

William E. Wholey is discharged 
from the Army and is home with his wife 
on : boby He served eightteen months 
•n Germany jnd will locale in Walton. 

Mr oTSa' Mr-. Arthur Do Q fl e tt and 
cl dren Mr and Mrs. Victor Carpen- 
tor and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Charles 
1 ng ond children Mr and Mrs. Tho- 
• Louisville spent New 
Near-, dav w.th Mr. and Mr*. H * 
Of Cincinnati 
Mrs Monzo Gadd has joined her 
husband in Fitsbura, Moss where he 
IS stationed with the Army 

The Homemakers will meet Friday 
January 13th at the home -f Mrs Ruby. 
|wo> Bring a lish and a 

gift for the white elephant sale. 

Circle -Nd 2 held, its regular m. ' 
at tt „ • Mrs:- Ward Rice FrtdOy 

evening, January 6th. The meeting was 
. the president, Mrs. Gcorge 
Hamilton, and the program was 
by Mrs Williom Brown. Those enjoying 
the delightful dessert were Mrs. Chas 
Carlisle, Mrs. Scott -Lancaster, Mrs. 
Howard Stephenson, Mrs. Herman New- 
I „ Mrs Nick Welch. Mrs-Sam Hud- 
- Mrs Evan Ranee Mrs Carl C w 
Mrs. Bruce Wallace, Miss L - 
,d Mrs. Lavonia Elliott, Mrs Jane 
Stevens, Mrs Andy Penn, Miss Emma 
jane Miller Mrs, A E. Atkinson, Mrs 
George Hamilton. Mrs. William Brown 
and the hostess, Mrs. Ward Rice 

Mrs Shelby Acra has returned home 
from Booth hospital and is getting along , 
nicely. 

Malcolm Simpson is ill at h,s home 
with the flu. 



Kennedy of Crittenden was in the 
Advertiser office* TuesdC} and paid his 
• n He has a new Buick car, 
sure is nice 

We are s rr> to heai the home of 

Mr ond Mrs \\ • CUIt ''< < t'WO* 

,ed by firi party Mondoy morning 
The Cfljj ■ ft 

Mr and Mrs Paul Kline entertained 
the Noting People of the Methodist 

Church Monday evening with a social 
V. -. O P Mann who has been on 
much improved at this 
writing. 



Mi >v. ry '"it tp nl Sotutdoy in 
LWii .■ r of n lot** 

Dawson M< Pom-Id of Indi pi ndi ru i 
I Lloyd Arm ,trong h Monday 
aftern 

I inda Duechimeiii is confini -I I 
M ith icorlel fevi i 

Mr ond Mrs Stanley Allen and torn 

dy were guests of Mi and Mrs Earl 
Napier at Cynthiana Sunday 

I *c wi eli '""i 

fofhei ^t k- nt on.l Mr- k 

I • "■ , , , t Saturday with 

Mrs MeSS Vest 
p.tal last SjfSd 

Leo Clyni M II funeral "l l«m 

Lundergon at Augusta lasl Saturday 

Mi N i Dud l' n wa ! undoy 
noon guest ' " 'one 

nd Mr' [heo V. Is oi 



CARDUF thanks 



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unty form. . . 

We wont t • t> ■ 

n Aux.ltary lad.es -of I Horticulturists al •- 

Wblton Ky foi th. mc< h I . . , ., . I » ' ■ ' ""' 

ket of fnuil ond candy they 

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reatly enjoyi I them fha ■ 

Mr • : Ml I'"' ' 

ond son Ernest 



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TRY OUR "ADVERTISER ADS" FIRSTt 



Mi - John W ' M ngton wo, 

Sunday guest of her mother Mrs Lula 
Hudson In thi n they visited 

. Anna and Mattie Hud 
1 .., o t ' will h< Id ' it-, i 

. vening at 7 30 at th<, 
V nic Hall Ml members are urged 
nt 
Mta. Author Burdine Gory 

were V\ ' ' 

Mr and Mrs 

William P. 

Marie Armstrong return, d home on 

loy i ! ^'^^ vlVt wifhvher 

mece at Richm nd 

Jimmy ' ' d " l,n ° fjr0 " 

well party I ' ' K ' " n ' ,h 

Vaug'"- ' ' m rr Lynnelle 

Potsy Young, Sue 

. Girth Gory CrUtcher, 

| , och, Patsv H iusl >n, Fronkie 

■ n and Gary McMiMen 

Mrs. Lena Sanders and d< 

return. ! h me Sunday after 
. • with her dau 
and hu '•' ■' : M,,k Ernie Carr. 

Newman Armstrong of Nicl 
Saturdov guest of his sisters. Ora Stone 
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Repaired and (leaned : 



Wl '< ' Li", toy .In"" 

- Mrs Woods n 1 th.-t Mi 

Mr ond Mrs; I • ■ *< " m 

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JACKSON FLORIST 

3124 Madison Av< ME 1 2::? 

COVINGTON, KY. 



j BODY WORK 

: Painting - Retouching 

: : 

5 WRECKER SERVICE ... DAY or NIGHT : 




Expert Carburetor Work Body Work ond Pomt.ng 

CHEVROLET i£? 
SALES 

WALTON, KY. 



Dixie 



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NOW OPEN 
Jane's Beauty Shop 

16 S, MAIN ST., WALTON, KY. 

PHONE 1192 

Hours: 10:00 A M. to 5:30 P. M. 
CLOSED ON WEDNESDAY 



Speaks softly and •» 
packs a powerful wallop ! 




Distributor Of 

Inter-State Bottle Gas 

Immediate Installation and 
Prompt Service on Refill. 

"Brown" Gas Stoves 
Gas Hot Water Heaters 

Jansen Hardware 

110 Pike Street 
COVINGTON, KENTUCKY 



Schillings 

DRIVE-IN 

RESTAURANT 






FAMOUS FOR 

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Delicious Pan Fried 

chicken ei 7.; 

in basket •••• T ■ ■*•» 

PHONE FIRST— ED 1-3130 

And They Will Be Ready! 

ORDERS TO TAKE OUT 




THE BEL AIR SPORT COUPE— one of 19 h/yfi priced looting Cheyrolcts, all w.fh Bod)- by rufier. 




Whether idling at curbside or cruising, this 
new Chevrolet talks in a well-mannered 
whisper. You scarcely ever hear -more than 
a soft undertone of power from its deep- 
chested V8. (One reason is the hydraulic- 
hushed valve lifters now in all Chevrolet 
engines— V# or '63 

Soft-spoken, yes -but this handsome 
traveler packs a wallop that ranges up to 
205 h.p.! It's charged with sheer action! 

Action that can save you precious seconds 
for safer passing on the highway 1 Action 
that lets you take steep hills in stride! 



Action that helps you zoom out of trouble 
spots almost & quickly as they develop! 

And action isn't all. Chevy holds the road 
like part of the pavement! You feel added 
assurance in the way it clings to curves. 

Of course, Chevrolet brings you i the 
security of safety door latches in all models. 
Instrument panel padding and seat belts, 
with- or , without shoulder harness, are 
offered- at extra cost. 

Come in and drive a new Chevrolet. We've 
got one ready and waiting for you. 




DIXIE CHEVROLET SALES 

Phone 95 - - Walton, Ky. 



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WALTON ADVERTISER, WALTON, KENTUCKY 



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COAL-FEED 



Fyre Go Block and 
Marne Premium Stoker 



COAL 



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We Also Have A Complete Line of Tuxedo Feeds 

Colston -Speagle Coal 



PHONE 1152 



WALTON, KY. 



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WOS vi'.itirvj Mrs 

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Wi- v». r, fry lt\ heoi of th< : 

Ol Mr. Wrejht of fJ' <v I it., r t v It.' 

/v. extend sympathy t' the h'us 
r and daughter and other r< lo 



I he practice of Thrift is as old as Creation 

Exemplified in Nature! The Habit of All Her Creatures! 

SAVE TODAY FOR A HAPPIER AND 
MORE PROSPEROUS TOMORROW ! 



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INDEPENDENCE. KENTUCKY 
OIC Account* Irpured Up to J I 0,000 00 

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■ ■ ■ ■! mi I Mr ond Mr . Londi 

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Mr ond Mi •... 

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1953 FORD 2-oor, V-8, clean as a pin $795 



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V-8, 2 tone paint, radio, heater, overdrive 

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WALTON -Mom & Depot Streeti FLORENCE — 7628 Dine Highway 

H ij's V >'" ' I ' id '' '•' • ' • Wed, Fridoy, 

m to 5 00 I' m 10 t- tl a m & 7 to 8 p. m 

PHONE ATLANTIC 3 5371 



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You work faster- 
tire less- 
when your 
— - helper is 




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And thousands of homes in this area have discovered 
the many ways in which ELECTRICITY con lighten the 
more than 200 farm jobs it is capable of doing. On 
the farm, ond in the home, work saving, time-saving 
ElECTRICAl helpers have been added, year after year. 
Helpers that work for you 24 hours o day, every day 
that never tire . . . never ask for a penny more 



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for overtime! 






with | i. We wish hi ' a 

. 

Mr and V'S M.lyr:. Ho>'i. n, Mrs 

. . . , •,. Martha I ( ' 

'.' -. * this ploi i 

I Mrs 
it New Liberty 
Friday often 

.'. ioim .and ! 
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nd Mi Howi Beach and 

Wr. ond | 
i. and, 
J . *• s laying I 

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• '•' ion Chand- j 
ur w retu 

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Betty tting along 0% 

* can be expected We hop* 

.. ■ . 
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• i Wr. Ultl . I ■ iwmng of Spring 



i •• . ■ ' t from Friday 

y v.th t-.i r si! ter„ Mrs 

I rond . Ayl 1 ond Mr ■'- . t near 

*• . 

Wi "■• Oace Cramer of Ports- 

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I Mi . : .'. illiams ond 

• r Mrs Hottie 
I Newport oi ' ther in taw 

Mi ri ■'• ■ * ■ * . with t f 



1951 FORD Victorian, Fordomatic $695 

1949 BUICK Special, 2-door, radio, healer $295 



—OUR SPECIAL— 

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Like New— 11,000 Miles 



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— -H<h-«*v -b** tMQIf Jo Bm.tida~IiCnj.th,._Ihfi. 
daughter of Mr and Mrs Alfred Smith, 
who was 8 . A party was given 

January, 7th 
• . • ■ ' Mr" and Mrs. Ar- 
vil Bii ' ' nt V'isalia. on 

the birtl ' laughter The Bushes olso 
hove twi thi r Jqughters Baby Bush 
was t'..rn Ne* '• 's Day and is nomtd 
Pennv 

Mr and Mrs Curt Gross ore re| >icmg 
over a n. v. n to tl I m on Thurs- 

x, 



day, — Jo nub i v — 5th a n d — es- -w o m e d-fcaw- 

S. Iword 

We wish o '■; • '. .'v to Bruce 

ti lei f Kentoi Bruci .^ token 

' Eli] " ■ f inlay night by 

\-l D ambu 

v F D haw resp md- 

i .f t fires in the I I • .s weeks 

1 wo. f in • , I tank. 

. . nd • ■ was ot 

• Mr and Mrs. William 

hi .i . The Johnson home 

mpll ti l\ 

Mr and Mrs Herb Dougherty were 

Ot the home i^ Mr and 

Mrs. Jesse Klein and family. 



FARM LOANS 

LONG TERM FARM LOANS 
LOW INTEREST RATE 

SEE S. R. ECKLER 

REALTY & AUCTION CO. 

Dry Ridge • Kentucky 

Phone: Office 4-6581; Res. 4-8146 



Woody Butler's 



Nicholson, Ky. 

ANNUAL 



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Bring 

Your 

Farmall 
Tractor 

in for 




THERE'S STILL TIME 
TO GIVE YOUR TRACTOR 



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AND GO 




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THE UNION LIGHT, 


ELECTRICITY 


HEAT AND POWER 
COMPANY 


is your 
biggest bargain 
in comfortable 


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living! 



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RAY HALL 

Manufacturing Optician 

Doctor's Optical (Prescriptions 

Accurately Filled. Broken 

Lenses Rcploced. Expert 



Optical Repairing. 



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122 Pike St., Covington 

HErf^c4^-]992 



: "Free" 14-Point Check-up 

! SAT., J AN. 1 4 

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9 A. M. to 4 P. M. 

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Coliee and Donuts 



Movies 



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WHITES TOWER 



(or New* — FL 7-5432 

Bernard (Butch' Niemevcr has enlisted 
in the Army and is now stationed "in 

V ouri 

Mrs Gene Wallace of Plantation 
M, )hts suffered a had fall down the 
ci Har stt pi ol Ri < Ri 5v 
fortunately outside ot o d » bod bruises 
no rfects result d 

An artic blast of weather hit the 
' Sunday and Monday and this 

V \ias morning the mercury hit 5 

1 re at the fj'm. 

Latoma LoIm r.g rapidly 

as thev now have a physician Dr. Rich 

,s highl> s;- - • f t \ .th.^se who 

have had ua ai bji SCI i * & - <r ug, 



Bob Brumhach pastOf of Amit\„ 
• • • will start rh< ir tevo 

■V J.' t • lanuary .'8 lew lusive 
with Pro Jan f K i,j, bringing the m. s 
each evening at 745 Everyone 
wt lo me Jnd wanted 

Last Tuesday night Mrs. Robert 
Brumbach entertained 11 member: 
.'. - M U "of Amitv church I 
.% la pleasant soctal hmi 

i by all. 



store and a television service shop are 
per for busini 

the Civic you are show- 

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CARD OF THANKS 

Willie and-Addu B Behanan wish t 
«tend their thanks to the vanou's 

church ■ .- • 

maker clubs, schools an ( to the 
• ■ ■ evt ry 

way ■ -v at the loss 

living in, and the entire 
' the turmshir . 1 1-2 



• rm t itnilii ■ in '>' -unty 

(400 « rtl • walnut 

J 3 25 to S3" 50 a hundred . 



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Farms For Sale 



110 ACRES— 

5 room id both 2. bans. 24 stanhi >ns in doir\.horn tobacco 

barn and ell H»et ul base 1 '5 acres, 7 acres alfalfa 10 

I clover Th,s is a tractor farm PRICE $25,000 

KENTON COUNTY— 

62' 2 acres, ft room h ' ath hot and cold running water, part 

basement, house modern • t fun mnbination barn with ten stan- 

chions, milk house, fixed tor Grade A milk chicken ond breeder house, 
too! shed, smoke house electric in all buildings, hav fork 2000 tobocco 
sticks .9 tobacco base, well watered end fenced all clean, located i n black 
top road, 17"miles from Covington, stock and tools con be purchased if 
wanted, will conseder trade tor -on pr perty PRICE FOR FARM $14,500 

195 ACRES— 

Located near Burling! in 4 r )om house and ccllanum, 4 room tenant 
tfousc. combination j.grrv with 15 sfoncl g Grade A 

Milk, almost new tobacco be Price 

$10,500. Also have tractor equipment including plows -discs pick up 
bailer, side delivery rake, two horses, cooler mirker,*and all milking • 
ment, 18 cows 1 bull 9 heil \ bales of hav ALL FOR $15,500 

160 ACRES— 

All tractor land, located in Boont County on Good Road, will'sell all 
or port 

LOTS in Madonna Acres — 

Located near Villa Madonna on Amsterdam Rood, 70x175 and mi 
larger, gas water, and black-topped street, prices sjart at $1680 

Coleman Bros. 

— Real Estate and Auctioi 
PHONE DIXIE 1-8499 or ALTANTIC 3-1481 



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A MAYTAG for only s 1 1 

and your old washer 

at $1 .25 a week 




SAVINGS 

Amount Up Quicker 
Than You Think! 

START A SAVINGS 
ACCOUNT TODAY* 






ACCOUNTS NOW INSURED UP TO $10,000 

ROSEDALE 
FEDERAL 

Savings & Loan Association 
Caroline & Southern Ave. HE 1-7723 

COVINGTON KENTUCKY 



THE MAYTAO MASTER 

Mllf-t M IJTtAf i \ rf ' Mii|ft'. 

square Aluminum lui> tui ii- 
tr.-lnrte en|>«ntv 




THE 

MANDIR 
•quar* 

Ka. I rlfi.i.-iil i, \i« 



Now you can have a Maytag "f 
your nvwi - for Little mora than 
you'd pay for the lowest priced 
washer on the market! Easy." 
monthly Lenpa . . Liberal trade 
in allowance. 

Why wait any longer t<> enjoy 
the easier-washing advantages of 
a Maytag? Come in today for a 
demonstration. 



HAGEDORN 

854 Dixie Highway Erlanger, Ky. 



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| "SCO CARS 

■ YTNRS ^ECONOMY ^£FF/C/ENCY 

1953 FORD 2 Door V 8 $105000 

. 1953 PLYMOUTH 4 Door $1050,00 

1952 CHEVROLET 2 Door $ 775 00 

1951 CHEVROLET 2 Door 'two' $ 60000 

1951 FORD 2 Door $ 55000 
1950 FORD 6 Cylinder 2 Door $ 40000 
1950 CHEVROLET 2 Door . $ 450 00 

. 1949 FORD 4 Door V 8 $395.00 

\ 1951 CHEVROLET 2 Door $ 60000 

1952 FORD V.ctor.o, outomot.c trans. . $109000 



Dixie Chevrolet Sales 



Walton, Ky. 



Phone 95 



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ABSOLUTE — 

AUCTION 

Saturday, Jan. 21 

Sale Begins al 1:00 P.M. 

Mr. Toole has signed a contract with me to sell his 30-acre farm, sub-divided 

20 LOTS AND BABY FARM 






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Baby Farm consisting of 1 8 1 2 acres with barn, large fishing lake, well stocked, with 
about 300 feet frontage on black top road. This is a beautiful laying piece of land, 
which can be used for building cottages. 

Twenty (20) lots, all facing good roads, with 75 foot frontage, ond 400 feet 
deep. These are beautiful lots, located I 1 2 miles 

Off U. S. Highway 42 on Long Branch Road 

Follow arrows from Jones Filling Station, or turn at Union Bank and follow 
Big Bone Road l r 2 miles from Union. This is an ideal place for a country home, 
18 miles from Covington. 

MISCELLANEOUS — About 500 bales No. 1 hay; one 2-horse corn planter; one steel 
roller; one 2-horse tobacco setter. 

TERMS MADE KNOWN DAY OF SALE 

Sam Toole, Owner 

Col. Frank Worthinglon, Auctioneer" 

Albert Rouse, Sales Manager 



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Walton Sales Barn 

Saturday, January 21 

AT 11 A. M. 

Verner Colston and R. K. Turner will sell at Auction to- settle partnership on their 
stock — 

43 Cows & Calves, 22 Hogs 

8 year old cow with calf by side; 4 year old cow, Jersey, calf by side; 7 year old cow, 
Jersey, calf by side; 6 year old Holstein cow, heavy springer; 6 white face cows, will 
be fresh in March; 3 year old heifer will freshen in March; three 4 year old white face 
cow, Domino stock, eligible to register, freshen in March, two 2 year old heifers, white 
face, eligible to register, fresh in March; 6 white face cows, grade, freshen in March; 
3 year old Holstein heifer fresh in March; three 2 year old Holstein heifers fresh in 
March; 3 yearling heifers white face, open, entitle to register; 3 yearling milk type 
heifers open grade; ten 7 month white face heifer and steers; registered white face 
Bull yarling, out of Jewett herd; cows are all bred by registered Domino bull; all cows 
raised on my farm. 

HOGS — 1 grade sow about 300 lbs, bred; 1 grade sow about 400 lbs., bred, 2 Hamp 
shire sow about 400 lbs., bred; 1 Hampshire boar, 1 year old in March; 1 Duroc boar, 
2 years old in March; 7 shoats 3 months old; 7 shoats 4 months old; 1 Hampshire sow 
400 lbs. farrow in March; 1 grade sow, 250 lbs., farrow in March. 
Bad Road is cause of us bringing our stock to the Walton Sales Barn. 

-Sale Conducted by-- 

Walton Sales Barn 

CHARLES STEERS and HARRY F. JOHNSON 
PHONES: Walton 921 X o***tw±woad 7 2767 

OWNERS . 

Colston & R. K. Turner 




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—ADDITIONAL— 

Want Ads 



WATCH REPAIRING — Free estimate*, 
most watches, cleaning, Oiling, and 
regulating, $4 50. Huber'j Jewt'ry, 
Walton and Erlanger Stores. Phone 



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TRADE IN your old wotch on o new 
wotch, excellent timekeepers. Huber's 
Jewelry, Walton and Erlongcr Stores 
lodies' or mon's outomatic win.Jinc, 
Phone Walton 180 R H 



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HAY FOR SALE— Good olfolfd $39.00 1 BREED YOUR COWS with N.K.P.S.S. 



tol mi mixed M °y $25 00 

A I run/, (jr. i n Road I !' ' twood 
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NOTICE -If you need help on your 
Income Ta» return, see Walton Book 
keeping Servici 4t / 



Associated with American Breeders' 
Service. Kentucky's first ond only all 
proven sire service. Jersey, Holstein, 
Guernsey, Brown Swiss, Black Angus, 
and Milking Shorthorn. $6 00 breed 
ing fee. For service, call Robert 
Jackson, FLeetwood 7-6681. tf-l 



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Peoples Liberty Bank and Trust Company 

COVINGTON, KENTUCKY 



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OLD OAk- FARM BARFBER SHOP— Yi 
mile Eos' of LLL Highway, on Hemp 
fling Rood, Atwood, Ky. Hour*: Tues 
day, Wednesday, Thursdoy, I 00 tc 
8 00 p. m Friday, I 00 to 9 00 p 
m. Saturdoy, 9 a m to 600 p. m 
Mornings by appointment. Closed al 1 
doy Monday. Ladies' hair styling 
Clifford Cornelius, proprietor. tf 20 



* I >47 International Pick up 

rrucl with ■ vi r |i ad 

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Let us beware of being 
shamefully extravagant 
in contracting _ private 
debt while we are back- 
ward in discharging hon- 
orably those of the pub- 
lic. 

Benjamin Franklin 
1706-1 790 



NATIONAL THRIFT WEEK - JANUARY 17-23rd 



which we celebrate in honor of the birthday 
of Benjamin Franklin reminds us that thrift 
still brings happiness, contentment and a 
more secure future -for you and your family. 



We Moke Loons On Home Appliances, Televisions, 



Rodios — F. H. A. and Mortgages. '■ 

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Dixie State Bank 

WALTON, KENTUCKY 

Member F 'D I C. Deposits Insured Up to $10,000.00 



JANUARY WHITE SALE 



Line Hi ""'Staples 



Full size Sheets, Strong, 128 count 1.69 

42x36 Pillow Cases, to match 4] c 

42x81 Tailored Curtain Panels each 69c 

Nylon Teir Curtains pair 79c 

Bath Mat Sets, 20x40 1.00 

Bath Towels, multi color stripes, 20x40 3 for 1.00 

7.95 and 6.95 Chenille Bed Spreads 4.77 

Single Cotton Plaid Blankets 1.47 

80 Sq. Bleached Muslin 4 yards 1.19 

36" Brown Muslin 6 yards 1.00 

Organdy and Piques yard 39c 

Boys 10 oz. Sanforized Dungarees 1.49 

Men's 10 oz. Sanforized Dungarees 1.98 

Men's Helanca S-T-R-E-T-C-H Sox pair 57c 

Many other items at Reduced Prices 

DIXIE DRY GOODS 

Dixie Highway and Garvey Ave. 
ERLANGER, KY. 




The Right Broker . 

. C I ..,,... whei 

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• 

u. en ond ili^ 

Imenl >,..,., jnd a 

sfltr.' |i .il 

—FOR SALE— 

WAXTDM 4 i m~ 1 
rm priced right! 

BEAVER ROAh 5 i rti h u i 
both 4 acre fi I Oi I lose. 

gayle Mcelroy 

4 \ So Mom Stn el 
WALTON, KENTUCKY 

Phone 1852 

Representing — 

Austin Mann Realty Co. 

Di»ir Highway at Underpass' 
ERLANGER, KENTUCKY 

Phone Dixie 1 5555 







THE BEST PLACE TO 

EAT 

Jfe IN COVINGTON 

LANG'S CAFETERIA 

623-6 l i|LA}gdison Avenue 
Open Sunday, 6 o. m. to § p m 



I f VOU DUy a now tnick after looking at 
only one make, it's like making a deal in the 
dark. You can't bo suro of getting tho most 
for your money. 

A smarter way to buy is to "spotlight" 
roal truck value— weigh and comparo com- 
pel it ivo claims with these Doilge truck facts: 

if Most standard V-8 horsepower of all 
loading makes— V 2 -ton through SV^-ton 
range. You'll got faster trips— more 
work done with DODGE. 

if Shortest turning radius. You'll park more 
easily, wheel through traffic quicker 
with* DODGE. 



if Biggest cabs, with biggest wrap-around 
windshield. You'll enjoy roomier com- 
fort, safer vision with DODGE. 

if Highest payload capacities . . . pick-ups 
providing up to 22'', more payload than 

others. You'll haul bigger, more profit- 
able loads with DODGE. 

if Prices down with the lowest. Compara- 
tive facts show that, feature for feature 
and dollar for dollar, tho roal value is 
DODGE. 

Next truck you buy, don't deal in the dark. 
Turn a bright light on the facts— see Dodge 
before you buy. 




Job-Rated 

TRUCKS 

WITH THE FORWARD LOOK 



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Main Street 



PETTIT MOTORS 

Independence, Ky 



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CHAMBERS & GRUBBS 

FUNERAL HOMES— 



IB3IBILIE ' 

SPEAKS 



lni«ma1>on«l Italic* m 






BY DR. KENNETH I. FOREMAN 



Ambul 



s 



ance oervice 



/ Anytime • Anywhere 



How to Repent 



I i-svnn (or January 15. 1!>.">6 



Member Kentucky Funeral Directors Burial Association 
Phone: Walton 352; Florence, AT 3-5101 



examined 



SERVICE ON ALL MAKES 

Radio b Television - Refrigeration - Water Pumps 
Electric Wiring. We Repair Picture Tubes. 

NICHOLSON SALES AND SERVICE 

Harry Osterbrook, Owner Phone FLeetwood 7-4122 




Foreman 



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CALL YOUR 



John Deere Dealer i 



For NEW or USED 



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TRACTORS j 

All Kinds of Machinery, Parts and Service 
—COMPLETE LINE OF JOHN DEERE TOYS— 

HELLMAN IMPLEMENT CO. j 

ROUTE 17 FL 7-6031 INDEPENDENCE 

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Fertilizer 



NOW IS THE TIME TO ORDER YOUR 

Agrico - The Nation's Leading Fertilizer \ 

BLUE DIAMOND BLOCK COAL 

— CROWN STOKER COAI 5 



OM'K up. 'ii .i limt' s>> the stui v 
! there ww a jrotmg iii.iii 
who had Just come to ■ .church as 
tfielr preacher He-was barely out 
,f tin- seminary, and his note- 
|« and his head were will 
i H,- staTfea I SuMsy 

morning' with a sermon mi Re- 
pentance He analyzed the mean- 
ing of tin- word, lu- traced 
through Scripture, 
it t !m 1 giCa 11 v 
and psychological- 
ly, in short, ho 
l,i ia down the Doc- 
trine of Repent- 
- a nce, as ho h.ui 
taught ' l 
When ho sat down; 
,m old minister In 
the congregation 
got to his foot and 
up to the pulpit 
as fast as ho could make it 
V iung man." ho said, "you quit 
you got to the point. 
You i US Efiese" people what n- 
pentanj e \$ now stand up there 
ami loll om to repent!" 

Substitutes (or Repentance 

So, nothing in this column 
should bo taken t. v., an tint 
knowing what repentance is, cm 
be .i substitute for repenting 
Knowing wh.a fishing is is not 
fishing; knowing what a doctor 
will not make one .i doctor 
So knowing what repentance is. 
is not repenting A: d still it helps 
You cant -tan if, you've ii" idea 
what • fishing" means You can't 
be a doctor if y iu d >n't k'. iw wttai 
doctors do. Some people never 
really repent, only be, SUM they 
have £ ^ into the habit of doing 
something else they call repent- 
ing, but is not really that at all. 
Repentance is not just bemK sorry 
for something you have done You 
may be sorry for the wrong rea- 
son.— because you have been ... 

found out. or because your sin 
has caused you trouble, or be' 
cause your pride in yourself has 
boon dented Repentance is b- 
sorry but it is more than that 
Repentance in the Bible sense of 
the word also is more than re- 
gretting particular sins. I may bo 

truly sorry I was harsh to a 
loved one; but next day I may be 
just as harsh and unkind The 
harshness and unkindness are 
symptoms, they are not the dis- 
ease; I need to repent of what it 
is in me that causes me to mis- 
treat others., 
Repentance Is Changing th« Mind 

Don't let any one tell you that 

Christians do not need to repent. 

Only those who argue that Christ's 

. commands are not for us can sup- 



American Wire Fence — Barb Wire 

GATES— Steel or Wood 

READNOUR COAL & FEED 

WALTON, KY. PHONE 154 




From home to the nearest mailbox . . . that's all 
the time and effort involved when you use our 
save-by-mail plan. You can open your account, 
add to it, or withdraw entirely by mail, if you 
wish. Drop in, write or phone for free save-by- 
mail envelopes. Your savings are insured to 
$10,000 by Federal Savings and Loan Insurance 
Corporation and earn a worthwhile return. Open 
your account with t convenient amount. 



FIRST FEDERAL S 

501-503 Main St., Covington, Ky. HEmjock 1-6480 

La ton i a Office — 36th & Decoursey 



"pose "That repentance - li - " not" "our" 
own duty As for Paul, he made it 
about as plain as words can make 
it: God calls on all men every- 
where to repent (Acts 17:30). Be- 
ware of "Bible students" who 
try to evade the plain teaching 
of Jesus. He certainly taught re- 
pentance as well as faith. Now 
the Greek word used to translate 
Jesus' word 'which no doubt was 
in Aramaic, the language of Pal- 
estine in those days) is "me- 
tanoeo" which literally means to 
change the mind. This is much 
deeper than changing your mind 
about what to take at a cafeteria 
or when to do the washing. It 
means, as Jesus' whole teaching 
shows, that total change of out- 
look,— loving what one hated, hat- 
ing what one loved, — which 
changes the whole person from 
within. What is the center of your 
life? Is it yourself Then no mat- 
tor how many sins you may re- 
gret having committed, you have 
not repented in Jesus' sense of 
the word Your life must be shift- 
ed over from love of yourself to 
love of G',d and your neighbor. 
•anrc is the outworking of 
the new birth A person, who pro- 
fesses to have been born again 
but w. Still looks at life from a 
self-centered standpoint, has prob- 
ably riot la en born again, Re- 
i , • 'am -e. in this deep and i. ,1 
sense of a radical changi in at- 
titude, aims and desire . i* not 
something you can do in a flash 
and be done with forevei In 2 
3 <\ ,., !;••:, b iok written to 
cin istian I it is aid the Lord 



... ; la s all to "i i ach repi ntance " 
It is actually ;i ci ntjnuing life- 
long pi oi , 

How !♦ Works 

But ' 
of the mind (which in the B ble i 

fr.i in the hea t < ' 
wo) .-. out In r< enta foi par- 

ticular ' 

haps mosl find it < er 

to repent of . ' 

call re| • art >A | tic '..;■ 
tins B if ti ■■■ • ' 
|.. ufourid and partieuj.ai In f ha 
reperfta'i i >•. a i el on \ 
for a sin b it g n do.ng i 



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PATTERNS IN THt QMOW 




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They mike pretty patterns on the snow, ^* -— 
these fen ei But they wers n t built "I i 

I v were en > u ! f : j i • 

Tins ti bulwarks .igjinst the physical 

element) 




There arc othei kinds of bulwarks n 
ui nee ! in our daily lives — spiritual bulwarks. 
Vox even the strongest ol in cannot sum! 
art v. i think wc can ... , but the. 
■ when we realm h iw much wi 
nee ! help 

It is then that we turn b w.ir,'. the Church. 
And. no matur h w remiss we may hive been, 
the Quire h stanis there with J, i<> open wide, 
ready to receive us. 

But should we wait until we really need 
a spiritual bulwark' How much belter I i 
establish ourselves in the Church now and 
be assured of its strength and comfort 
tin, ugh a ll our days. 



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THT. CHURCH FOR AU . . . 
ALL FOR THl. CHUH H 

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This Entire Church Notice Is Sponsored by the Following 
Business Concerns of This Section: 



WEBSTER RADIO SERVICE 

Rodlo-Televislon Soles-Service Wolton, Ky 



HALL Electric b Appliance Service 



187 



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READNOUR COAL fir FEED DIXIE STATE BANK 

Phone 154 Wolton, Ky Wolton, Kentucky 



HAGEDORN'S MAYTAG SERVICE 

856 Dixie Hfway. Erlanger, Ky. Dixie 1 5233 

WALTON LUMBER COMPANY 

Phone 19 Walton. Ky 

PHOENIX RESTAURANT 



YOUNG'S RESTAURANT 

Dinners. Sondwichei. Drinks : Walton. Ky 

WALTON GARAGE 

Phofl * <0 Chrysler & Plymouth 

R. C. DURR, General Contractor 



"The Home of Good Food" 



Wolton. Ky 



f L., t.wood / 384! 



Nicholson. Ky 



RYAN HARDWARE fir DRY GOODS DAN ROBERTS, INSURANCE 



Phone 99 



Wolton, Ky. 



Phone 66 



North Main St., Wolton 



LIPSCOMB CO-OP FARM STORE 

Phone I0Q Walton, Ky 

BRAKEFIELD DRUG STORE 

Phone 63 Wolton, Ky 



FLORENCE DEPOSIT BANK 

Florence, Kentucky 

CONRAD HARDWARE 

Phone 23 Wolton, Ky 



WALTON FOOD MARKET 

Fine Foods Wolton, Ky 

CONSOLIDATED TELEPHONE CO 

Florence, Kentucky 



DIXIE CHEVROLET SALES 

Phone 95 Woltor.. Ky 

LOSEY'S GARAGE b GROCERY 

Open Doily - South Walton - Phone 529 

BANK OF INDEPENDENCE 

Independence, Kentucky 



B-M SALES & SERVICE 

Phorw 38 Wolton, Ky 

ST. CLAIR SERVICE STATION^ 

Texoco Gas. Oil & Tires Wolton, Ky 



KRAMER ELECTRIC SERVICE 

McMillan Dr., Independence, Ky. FL 7-4311 

A. M. LINTON, BARBER 

Walton, Kentucky 

9 

BI-COUNTY FARM BUREAU 



ATlantic 3 2112 



Devon. Ky 



DEMOISEY GAS COMPANY 

Pnone ,372 Walton, Ky 

t 

MODEL FOOD STORE 

Phone 2 ' Walton, Ky 

ARTISTIC DRY CLEANERS 

Phone U4 Walton, Ky. 



^<*TURGEON ELECTRIC SERVICE 



Phone 1 84 



Wolton, Ky 



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Mr,; Marcrllo G I I ••<■ "" I 

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A picture was shown at the Baptr.t 
Church unday night ot Christion troin- 



Tn^T iT'Wd'. cn|oyd by dll. 

Best wishes to Mr. ond Mrs. Kendul 
EHu-tt win wire married December 30 
and w<t. int. rtoined in the home of Mr 
am) Mr, Lona Higgms for their wed 
ding supper and hove gone to Florida 
on then honeymoon, 



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When The Crash 

Come* - Be 

Protected 

P^^^Mutual Inaurancm 
^^^ Company 

J. B. JOHNSON 

AGENT 
PHONI 112 WALTON, KY. 




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The best place for your family to live ... is in 
your own home . . . bought and paid for. 

BUT One out of every Six homeowners die 

Before paying off the mortgage. 

The Mortgage protects the Bank against the 
loss of its money . . . The Mortgage Policy pro- 
tects You and Your Family against the loss of 
your home . . . Get the details on this low cost 
protection from 

_1 Dan J. Roberts 

24 North Main St., Walton, Ky. Phone 663 



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7-Rooms Furniture 

SOME ANTIQUES, GLASSWARE, DISHES 




, Jan. 21 



1 1 :00 A. M., E. S. T. 

At The Duck Head Inn _ 

ON U. S. HIGHWAY 42, 6 MILES FROM FLORENCE, KENTUCKY 

Having sold her home oond business, Mrs. Clora Smith will sell oil of her household furniture, consisting of 
7 rooms os follows and numerous other personal items at ABSOLUTE AUCTION on the obovc date: 

1 Philco radio; 1 RCA. radio; 1 cabinet Zenith radio; 3 dressers; 1 dressing table and bench; 3 poster beds; 

2 metal beds; 2 interspnng mattresses; 1 box springs; 4 coil springs; 3 felt mattresses; 1 two-piece living 
room suite; 1 tilt away chair and stool; 1 Westinghousc refrigerator; T" ETe'Ctrolux sweeper; 1 Birsell sweeper; 
1 end table; 1 night table; 4 lumps; 2 chiffoniers; 2 rockers; 1 porch glider; 5 metal porch chairs; 1 Hassock; 
1 imoll dresser; 1 glass safe; 1 bathroom scale; one 9s 12 rug; 1 metal porch table; 1 desk and chair; 1 
tubular kitchen set; 4 tables and same chairs; 1 two-burner kerosene stove; 1 floor lamp; 1 mirrow; 1 electric 
Silen coffee maker; 1 set of six 1847 Rogers silver; 1 screen door; 2 ironing boards; a lot of dishes, pots, etc. 
MISCELLANEOUS — 1 cold water separator; 2 rlows; 1 wheel barrow; 1 heifer, half guernsey and Holstein, 
will be fresh by day of sale; 1 Holstein heifer will be fresh by day of sale. Some small tools and many other 
things too numerous to mention. 




TERMS— CASH SALE 



LUNCH SERVED ON PREMISES 



Mrs. Clara Smith, Owner 



— Sale Conducted by- 



Col. Lute Bradford, Auction and Realty Service 



6425 Dixie Highway 



Florence, Kentucky 



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Conrad Hardware 

Walton, Ky. 




Why Wait Till Spring l 



? 



You enjoy extra months of ownership at no extra cost 
when you step up to this KING-SIZE DODGE CORONET right now l 



INow it the time of 
your life tp make 
the buy of your life! 

When you buy now in- 
stead of waiting for Spring, 
you get a bonus of extra 
months of ownership that^asv 
don't cost you a thing. You 
get the same high resale 
value when it's time to 
trade, whether you buy now 
or in the Springl Why wait? 



2 You're money ahead 
with the car that's 
far ahead in styling 
and features! This big '56 
Dodge Coronet is built to 
keep more of its value. It's 
ahead of the field with 
push-button driving, 
world's record-breaking 
V-8 engine, safety features. 
It's the King-Size buy of 
the year. 



3 SOMETHING BIG 
HAPPENED IN THE 
LOW PRICE FIELD! 

—This full-size, full-«tyled, 
full-powered Dodge Coro- 
net is priced down with the 
small cars. And it brings 
you the "Magic Touch" of 
Dodge push-button driv- 
ing: Surest, safest, easiest 
way to drive you've ever 
known ! 



New '56 

DODGE 



Vah» l»od»r of r/ie forward Look 



Dodge Dealers present: Danny Thomas in "Make Room lor Daddy," Bert Parks in "Break the Bank," The Lawrence Welk Show-all on ABC-TV 

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WALTON ADVERTISER, WALTON, KENTUCKY 



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Thursday, lanuary 12, 



WANT AD SECTION *JZW 



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Clow tied Advertising Rat*: 25 centi 

mmr mi tor 25 word*, or ieu; over 

25 wordi, 1 cent per word. 

All adt cosh in advance. 



FOR SALE - 



FOR SALE — Corn and straw. 
FLeetwood 7-2807. 



Telephone 
4t-51* 



FOR SALE— Baled hay (mixed, alfalfa, 
soybean). Ray Covle, Moffett Road. 
Phone FL 7-2580 4t-51* 



FOR SALE — Dressed beeves, by qucrter 
or whole. Phone FLeetwood 7-5969 
Ira Stephenson. 2t-l* 



FOR SALE or TRADE — Team of good 
wo-k mares, and team of good work 
mules. ■ Homer Huffman, Pmer, 6n 
LLL Highway. FL 7-5678. 2t-l 



FOR SALE — Second cuttmg alfalfa hay 
Ruth C, Bdkei PfaQM Wall □ IP. 4 - 1 



2t 



FOR SALE— Freezer, 20 cu ft. upright. 
perfect, 3 yea's old, $250 Phone 
FLe'etwood 7-6831 2t 2* 



FOR SALE — 5 room house in Walton, i 
int, 16 Edwards Ave hath and 
encK ■■ porch on first I rj"j 

2 small rooms on 2nd fronl , 
2 cor g.' * oil turnot ■ I uilt 

in kitchen and both, corner lot ' j 
- • ir. U. S 25. L. w d >wTI i-o\ 



FOR SALE— Baled alfalfa or mixed hay 
also straw Frank Jackson, Moffett Rd. 
FLeetwood 7-5846. 4t 2* 



ment HE 1 5330 or Dl l-5200~dncl 
reverse phone charges 2t-2* 



FOR SALE — No, 1 yellow corn, picked at 
Riley s, corner Richardson and Turkey- 
foot Roads, Kenton county. 2t-2* 

FOR SALE — Registered Angus male, 4 
\ojrs old Burgess Marshall Lad, 2 
year-old Angus male fescue seed 
home grown Earl C Jones, \ 
and Eads Road. lt-2* 



FOR SALE— Used Adding Machine $35. 
•George Finnell Jr Fleetwo od 7-7398. 

2t 2 



FOR SALE — Baled Oats and Korean 
Clover Hav, also 2 white face heifers 
to be fresh in spring. Fleetwood 
7-7205. - . 2t-2* 



FOR SALE — Ford tractor with plows, 
disc and mower, hay baler; wagon on 
rubber with hey bed; 2,000 bales good 
hay; 600-gollon water tank. Harry ; 
Chapman, Verona, Ky. Phone Wal- 
ton 8)3. 2t-l 



FOR 



2 miles fn m 



FOR SALE — Hav put up without any 
rain; Straw and two cans Lard Eli 
Russell • ' Fleetwood 7 5306 

. 4t2* 



FOR SALE— Girls 20" bicycle, in good 
condition, $18.50. 28 High School 
Court, Walton, Ky. 



2t-l 



FOR SALE — 13 Hereford cows and two 
Hereford males 16 months old, Jtr^, t , 
cow, Guernsey cow.' Jdmes B. Elliston, 
Verona, Ky 4t<l * 

FOR SALE — 200 bales alfalfa and orch- ; 
ard grass hay, put up without having i 
roin on if, 60c per bole. H. H. Penick, 
Wol ton , Route 1. Phone Walton' 
644X. 2t-l 

FOR SALE — Registered Angus bull. R. 
D. Hogan, Williamstown 3-7621. 

2t-l* 

FOR SALE — 1 24-acre farm, Harrison 
county 6-room house, barn, outbuild- 
ings; plenty woter; blacktop rood; 1 Vz 
miles from U. S. 25; 1 Yl acres to- 
bacco base for 1 956;; 1-2 head of 
cattle, 21 sheep; price $8 400.00 
Ernest Dixscn, 64 North Moin St, 
Walton, Ky. 2t-l* 

.FOR SALE — Registered Aberdeen B'ack 
Angus bull, 20 months old; sire 
Queens Evader H.H.; dam Block Prin- 
cess C-15; cheap. Call Eugene Greer, 
FLeetwood 7-2430. tf 

FOR SALE — Verona; 4-room house, large 
lot, outbuildings, sacrifice for quick 

sale. R: A. Viofette; VeronOy Ky. 

2t-l* 

FOR SALE — Two Holstein cows, 3 ond 6 
years old, colfhood vaccinated, will 
freshen this week. Ed Helmer, Bracht- 
Piner Road, rear Goshen church. 

2t-l* 



FOR SALE — Alfalfa, lespedezo and red 
clover hoy, 50c per bale. Harvey 
Hughes. Phone Glencoe 3386. 2t-2* 



6-room one-floor mod rn 
frame, built-in garage, full basement 
8 acre, 125' frontage Ellis Realty, 
MYrtle 7-2860 Newport Star Route 

lt-2' 

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FOR SALE — 10 acre form .6 acr- I 
bacco base, fruit trees, straw''" 
3 rooms and kitchenette full base-' 
ment and furnace, cistern and pond 
See Mel* in Jones, phone Walton 1602 
or Clifford Chance, phone V\ 
1092 2t-2* 

FOR SALE-^-Cub Trcctor, all attach- 
ments Caree Brinkley, Whites' 
Tower. Fleetwood 7-5998. 2t-2* 

FOR SALE — New Idea Tractor Spreader, 
No. 41A Clinton Geek, Phone Wol- 
ton 140. 2t-2 

FOR SALE — Alfalfa hay, $28 00 and 
$38 00 per ton, delivered Fleetwood 
7-2586 Russell Rector. 4t-2* 

FOR SALE- -50 lbs. New Lard $8 00. 
three 8-week -old Poland Chine Pigs 
pure stock $10.00 each. Russell 
Rector Fleetwood 7-2536. 2t-2* 

FOR SALE— O.I. C. Sow; six 3-month-old 
Shoots, one or all. J. Sloan, 7-10 mile 
from Dixie highway on Maher Rood. 

2t-2* 

FOR SALE — 15-room house in 4 apart- 
ments, 2 1 2 baths', Venetian blinds; 
can also be used for one-family house 
or for tourists, ,n heart of Wolton; 
nice income; 1 2 -acre ground; poultry 
fanced for chickens and garden; lots 
of shode. Due to bad health this place 

' 1s priced to selT: - 74 SOUtH Main St., 
Walton, Ky. Phone 1603. . 2t-2 



FOR SALE — Go RCA Estate like 

n< w used Only, several months, can 
be U or city gas; selling 

due • •• in family Fleetwood 

7-5854 lt-2* 



If You Want It - We Got It! 



FOR RENT - 



FOR RENT — 3 room , r » r- 

both priveti Edna Combs. 

78 S. Mam St, Walton 2t-2* 



FOR RENT — Furnisned apa 
rooms, ba'th Call Walton 



ifm^nt 



3 
16 

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FOR RENT — 3 rooms and bath, hot and 
cold water 57 So Main St , Walton, 
Ky 2t 2* 



FOR RENT — 3 room unfurnished o[\irt 
ment and bath, utilities furnished :55 
month, fust floor. Robert Carty, On 
Waltcn-Nichclscn pike. Flee - 
7-2846 * 2t 2* 



FOR RENT- -Walton Autotel has two 
large Trailer statu ns with conveni- 
ences and low rates, city water. Lo- 
cated in South Walton 4t-2* 



FOR SALE— Alfalfa Hay, 1st and 2nd 
cutting, also Mixed Hay Fleetwood 
7-2545. H-2* 

FOR SALE — Fresh cow, Holstein and 
Jersey, 3rd calf. J. H. Tomlin, Wal- 
ton-Nicholson Pike. Fleetwood 7-2288 

lt-2* 



A & D ELECTRIC 

WIRING OF ALL KINDS 

CARL ALEXANDER & TONY DEMPSEY 



WALTON, KY. 



PHONE 273 



WANTED - 



WANTED — To rent 4 or 5 room apart- 
ment in or near Walton Call Wol 
liamstcwn TA-4584 1 lf-2' 



WANTED — Riders to Cincinnati, leave 
Walton 6:30 am leave Cincinnati 
5:30 p. m. Gene McCubbins, phone 
Walton 514X. lt-2' 



WANTED>— Will buy eor com. Spencer 

Setters, 508 Mills Road, off Taylor 
Mill Road. Phone FL 7-5168. 2t-l* 



WANTED — Middle-aged man wants 
work on farm, by day, or will do odd 
jobs of any kind; can do most any 
farm work. Roy Traylor, Route 1 , 
Box 477, Independence, Ky. lt-2* 



WANTED — Man ond wife to work at 
dog kennel; home on grounds; fine 
proposition for right party; must drive 
truck. Address, Kennel, Box 62 1 , 
Erlanger Road, Erlanger, Ky. lt-2 



MISCELLANEOUS - 

FREE ESTIMATES — Boone County Sani- 
tation Co. Cleaning and repairing 
septic tanks. Coll HEmlock 1-9641 

tf 



HEAT WITH THE SECOND SUN— Keri- 
. ton County Coal Co. Terms cash. 
Kenton lump, $13.75; Kenton egg, 
$13.25; Scarlet stoker, $14.25. Water 
hauling. Joe Kunkel, owner, Nichol- 
son, Ky. FL 7-6711. "tf 



9PHPY fr> fRANtc BAKTH 



JUST TWMK, ^PfctOt 
iT TAKES THOUSANDS 
Of NUTS AND BCH-TS 

. TO MOt-D AN 

T AuTOMOeiLE 
V TOOETHEO' 




CERTAINLY 

BAfcTH 

CAN GIVE YOU THE B£6T 
SECMCe AND REf*MR 
JOB IM TOWN, BUT— 





BUT 
WOT 



But this ^1 

STEEClNfj WHEFi 
WOU 8POLXUHT IN 
AIN'T ENOUGH 01 
THE CAR TO 
WORK ON 





Walton 38 



UJKtCKBR. SERVICE 

GENERAL REPAIR AND 
BODY WORK. 

134 N. MAIN ST. WALTON, KY. 



FL 7-5115 




We started off. 1956 with a boi rsrer took a 

■ . t 1 • ■ ' • te egtover to \ erdc Bogl . rt 

Hams R.>ad Then trxik wotei "Rearer ond I 
Wotei Systtm to R L Blockburn at Mount Zion On 

.»ov bock stopped at Floyd Sebree fuim ond put 
ni v pump leathers in his hit pump When he 

• - pnd I had sold tw Maytag Wosl • • . He 

•• • ■ t hurrh Stre. I We 

or thei ' i 1 nold Voughl down on Dixu High* . 
1 sold Mis Jomes McCubbin .) 9x12 linoleum rug ond 
v- Lloyd M h» window hades Th. .,- were 

,, • mi I the larger items we s.-id hut Chick I 

to galvanui d wiiter pip< 

Anothi r v< r\ 1 u \ dot Brewsl 

mot ■ t ervici his oil I 

] hi n up ' " ,l " n hls ' 

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I V ■ Martin over by Lonci •■ 

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up ten d told him I nd '■•■ I 

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n 1 1956 hunting 

It il 
V- I •■ .% ■ usual I ocfi month, 



up a li 1 mi * . I fount "s a 

■ • • jht gallon 

*at ' int • . ■ mplrt 

• |ing rypi feeder f cm ' 

so |,,t •• • nd warm w iti r to then 

will lay tw eggs a day V* ■ •• • rived *"i > 

ment of Ul' . t dins vo ' . < ut h*l • tb 

f ..'.'. * ' ' • ' 

copier sweat brass t We v>rd 

lord rons todav but the di /■ •■ ■ Don Field 

f. T five Mo f !'l 1 . ■ • ■ . 

time I rei < ived a 1 ard today fi up ot 

Bo to via Ohi ■ wool • ■ .- • had 
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, have that those Buck 

Hut we don't gel I fori 

Anyway when I go t I 

, 1 th. dollai ' ■ ' » ' ' 

Bn. ■ mhot ever we n 

fine Ttate to live in We mov havr n l ow ur trrr] — r^- 



she is one of my pest customers 

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3id ' ' ■-•.•'■ J' tfing II 

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1 Ml 2 • • ■ , " • 01 tu t »o' 

.*. • ■ . ■ 'ii ' r k I Blockburn ■ 
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v . • .-. ,*. . 1 . d more Maytag 

•■ ■ wt- did all tall ( . 

• water with ell fricit 1 40 gall 

Siink for 1 29.50 and a 
(all n t. 1 nly 1 09 ! I 

Ige a horsi mi 1 ' bacco 

, tt. r ' ■ * . * ' 

.•■'.. . rol s.juoo . 

.-1 Mr c- ' Edward M 

Hardware, tl 
ir hardware 1 ten 

Mr and Mrs Chos Gibson bought ' ' '•' 

and Rubbei Basi Point V, lo a tmo |ot> selling 

■ ond we fiavi. most any kind you want Chict r 



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for Service 



Large or Small 



See Powers 



CONRAD HARDWARE 

ALL TYPES OF HOUSEHOLD 

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WALTON. KENTUCKV 



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GENERAL HAULING — Sam Vest. Phone 
Wahon 1342. """H" 

FERTILIZER DELIVERED — 6 8-6 sul- 
phote, $43 36; 6 6 18 sulphate, 
$56 10, 5 10-15 sulphate, $54 69 
4-8-12 sulphate $4 7 00 10-10-10, 
$57 42, 8-8 8, $49 37, 5-10 10 
$45 09, 3-12-12, $43 95, 3 9-6. 
$36 85; 0-20 20, $57 42, 20%. 
$30 90 Delbert Locey, P O Box 85, 
Richmond, Ind .Phone 5182 8t-2 



■-'li-.' ', Bockhoe digging and NEW LOW PRICES on Southern Stotes 

backfilling for septic tanks, drams, high quality hybrid seed corn Ploce 

ond ditches -of oil kinds Don Myers, i your order now. Save $1 00 per bu. 
Independence, Ky Phone f Leetwood ' Lipscomb Form Supply, High School 
7-2798 4t5l*l Court, Wolton, Ky tf 



ROUSE'S SLAUGHTER HOUSE— Custom 
butchering; olso sausage and lard 
made. Hempfling Rood, 1 mile East 
LLL Highway. Phone FL 7-2735 
Hogs, beef, sheep. 4t 1 * 



ADDITIONAL WANT ADS 

(Continued on Page 5) 



RAZOR BLADES less than lc Send 75c 

.in stamps for 100 Don Juan Double 

Edge Blades or write for free samples 

All postpaid. National Specialty Sales, 

Box 301, Cincinnati 1, Ohio. 4t-l* 

FURNITURE — Antique reproduction ond 
modern furniture in cedar and cherry. 
Custom cabinet makers; modern ond 
antique refinishing. Branum Wood- 
work Shop, Verona, Ky., R-l. tf 



BETTER CALVES ot less cost with the 
Southern States calf-raising program. 
New energized ca'f-moker ond calf- 
developer. You'll moke about $26 50 
on every calf. Lipscomb Farm Supply, 
High School Court, Walton, Ky. tf 



NOTICE 

FARMERS and POULTRYMEN 



If your hens are not laying, by all means start feeding 
them Southern States Super Layer Egg Mash, or if they 
are laying and you want to produce eggs 2 cents per 
dozen cheaper, the answer is still Super Layer, mash or 
crumbles. 

LIPSCOMB FARM SUPPLY 



HIGH SCHOOL COURT 



WALTON, KY. 



RITA BEAUTY SHOP— Across from St 
Cecelia's Church, lnd> pendenci 9.30 
to 6:00 Monday to Saturday 9 30 to 
8:00 Fridays. Closed on Mondays 
Phone Fleetwood 7 3351 Rita M. 
Gruen, owner and operator. tf 



REWARD — $25 00 for any information 
on person who has 3 year-old black 
and white Beogle, stolen Saturday, 
December. 17. I mile South of Wal- 
ton, Ky. Pleose phone George Whaley 
FLeetwood 7-5973. 2t-l* 



ATTENTION DAIRYMEN — Breed your 
cows to the best selected sires through 
your Boone County Artificial Breeding 
Co-op. For service, call Technician 
Ben Riley, DU 4-3244 (if no onswer, 
DU 4-3184). In Kenton county, coll 
FLeetwood 7-8001. tf-27 



Used Car Bargains 

'53 BUICK Roadmaster 4-Door, pwr. steering, pwr. brakes 

'53 DODGE Station Wagon, radio, heater, auto, trans. 

'51 DODGE Wayfarer, radio and heater 

'53 DODGE 4 Door, radio and heatgr 

'50 OLDS "88," radio and heater 

'53 PLYM. Club Coupe '50 CHEVROLET 4-Door 

'49 DODGE Wayfarer '47 CHEVROLET 2 Door 

See the New 1956 Dodge 



PETTIT MOTORS 

FLeetwood 7-4561 Independence, Ky. 



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WALTON, KENTUCKY — THURSDAY, JANUARY" 






Volume 



Number 3 



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loneers lake iwo, 
Six Wins in N.K.A.C. 



Falmouth Smothers 
Walton-Verona 70-43 



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<m love every one you you' 

YE EDITOR 



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■ . •• . final (rami th.- winnei n ;ls at then farms says the U S 



Have Soil Tested, 
Know Fertilizer Needs 
Says County Agent 

.••.■•- hove 

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Simun Kenton. Voughon 10, , Silvers 

I • . ■ Bueckrirr 23 Hul.Jerman 0, 
Build 25 Hi-ger ', Elliott 12, ond 
4 

Hilton 4 Meyer 0, 
Yung Lewis I I Jooes 6, Goodwin 17, 
Whitford 6 Zieglrr 5 Withrow & and 
Rrmlcy 

■ w\ * enti n won the reserve game 
50 32 
Simon Kenton 70, Ludlow 51 

•n Kenton s Pioneers mode it six 
without a loss in the NKAC by trouncing 
Ludlow's Panther 1 . 78 58 Tuesday night 
ot Independence Coach Bill Faulkner, 
alter liuilding up a 30-pomt lead in the 
first half, used his regulars sparingly in 
the final two periods 

The Pioneers led 35-1,2 at the end of" 
the first pern d In the second period 
the home team outscored the losers 23- 
16, fot a holftime odvantage of 58 28 
Ludlaw_tdged the Pioneers in the third 
pem*! 12 8, for o 'io 40 score at the 
end of three quarters, ' ond also in the 
final period the visitors outscored the 
i s 18 12 
Sim ■ Kent n NrVotteoli' 4, Voughon 
; ilvei 8 L«i. i Bruei knei 8. But 
In 12 Holdermon 5, Heeger 0. Elliott 
el 18 

Ludlow Brand I U Thomas II, Ld 

v. ■ . 10, Rem ley I 5. En 
9 and Reevi 

Simon Ki nti n re* rvi woi thi 

preliminary game 50-22. 



Dairying, Pasture 
Management To Be 
Discussed at Meeting 



Doirying ond posture monnqement Is 

.li-.i u! sed ot ii mi etlng to be I" Id 
pn M ndo> lonuory 23, 1 30 p. m , ot 
the I unty Courthouse Burling 



ton 

E C Scheidenhelm, D.nrv Speciolist 

University of Kentucky, will tolk on 

profit from your dairy herd This 

,hould bi vi r\ Important to dairymen of 

[hi I II- 'I th." ' llll'f 



rV|>ortment of Agriculture " It farmers 
will or t without • v will make it 

e fi r m.J'Hjt ■!■ I .-■ I I Fi rtilljr' 

t i keep supplies c. nnrvg along Other 
wis>, factory storages and dealers' fa 
i ilitas will fill up and then shortages 
occur later in the season 



Engagement Is Announced 

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$3 Million Race Track 
Is Planned at Nicholson 



Miss Cloro Mann 



Mr 



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farm i nti rprl 

I have a good dotry-operbtion there 
m,,..t l, good pOStun ond hoy crops. 
I) i Fortenbery Agronomy Field Agent^ 
y,in, rsity o| Kentucky, will discuss man- 
,„,, m, nt ' t postures and hay crops, also 
soil I. sting and the propel wertilizati n 

,),., < Ian n county agent, statecr tHat 
trie, meeting should be of great valui 

mill that it is imi 
fiugit. . ! i ! I fjofrming I 

^,hle in! mi itii n must be usi .1 in drdi i I 
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Square Dance at Kenton 

The Lodies Auxiliary of the Kenton 
ond' Community Volunteer Fire Deport ' 
merit, will sponsor a square donee for 
•• i !. portment's life squod on Saturday' 
night, January 21, 8 30 p m, ot the 
fire house at Kenton 

Mrs Charles Gnifell, choi'rmon, an- 
nounced thot oil proceeds will be used 
to purchase supplies ond equipment for 
the deportmi nt's ambulonce There will 
be door prizes given, ond the lodies also 
hove a beautiful pair of tatle lamps to 
be. given away thot night. Steve Ammcr 
mon and his band will ploy for this af- 
fair. The public is invited 

Simon Kenton PTA Meets 

The Simon Kenton High School PTA 
will hold a called meeting at the school 
'hursday' evening ot 8 00, to plan 
the "Spring Festival Mrs Thomas Fin 
rtev president, has requi 'ed that all 
mi mle' I-. (resent 

CHRISTIAN SERVICE CIRCLE 

1 he Women' S n-tv it Christian 
Service, Circle II of the Walton Metho- 
dist Church met ot the home of Mrs 
Word Rice, Friday evening, January 6, 
at 7 30 p.m fot their first meeting of 
the new year. 

The meeting was opened with proyer 
led by Mrs A E Atkinson, Mrs George 
Hamilton conducted the business ses- 
sion Mrs Carl Conner and Mrs. Nick 
were appointed to order note 
paper, with a picture of the church on 
the front, for a financial project Mrs 
Howard Stephenson and Mrs Livonic 
Elli- II wi re appointed to be in charge of 
oments for a dinner to be served 
by the W.S.C.S. ot the church January 
17th. 

Mrs William Brown was in t chorge 
of the program entitled "The Changeless 
Gospel in a Revolutionary Age." She 
was ossisted by Mrs. Nick Welsh, Mrs. 
Sam Hudson ond Mrs A E. Atkinson. 

A delightful dessert course was served 
to the following Mrs Charles Carlisle, 
Mrs. Wilbur Stephens, Mrs Carl Conner, 
Mrs Lloyd Watson, Mrs. Evan Hance, 
Mrs A E Atkinson, Miss Louis Conrad, 
Mrs George Hamilton, Mrs. Florence 
Newton, Mr, Helen Welsh, Mrs. Sam 
n, Mrs Bruce' Wallace, Mrs. Anna 
I u l'. no Mi William Brown, Mrs. 
V tt Loncas- 

ti i Miss Emma Jane Miller,- Mrs Livom i 
Elliott an I thi hi tes Mrs Word I- 



L Nix wishes to announce the 
< ngogtment cf hi r uouahttr. Miss Clora 
Mann, to Mr Vernon Irazie, ,f G I 
Kansas He is thi i f hAr and 
1) M f razee i f Coats, and she i 

• thi , dote Dr. C. h^ Mann of 
Cyi thio h 'ir it. dote has been 

let for » I img . 

ROLLIE D. FARRIS 

D Farns, 25 East 

' . ^ •• «v i n held last Fri- 

• ' i-iodi I funeral home 

in Nr».; it Buriol was in Forest Lown 

V ■ •■ ti n Erlonger 

Mr I or r i *i s »os 53 years old 

, V at Gen* rol Hospital, 
Cincinnati He hod been a salesman 
1 • t'i- ' ,- I iin Ni •> Sefvii i in Cn ; 

m Walton, 

*as well known in this areo 
urvivn ) him on ihrei daughters 
Mrs Joon Behymer Of N. wp. rt Mr.. 
Lmmo Uu Dawson ot Santa Ana, Calif., 
ond Miss Jean Forrls of Ft Mitchell;* 
sister, Mrs Betty Pocr.i.f Covington; o 
i Thomas Fqrrij of Millersburg, 
Ky , and two grandchildren 

ALUm NI DINNER SATDAY 

The get-together dinner of the local 
high school will be held at the Wolton- 
. I igh School cafeteria on Satur- 
day evening, January 21, beginning at 
7 00 p m , according to Bob Hall, pres- 
ident of the newly-organized group. 

A shct progrom will be presented, 
with speakers familior to most everyone. 
;lt is hoped to have one or two former 
superintendents ond principals present. 

Boone Enters Nat'nal 
Soil Conservation 
Awards Program 



Stringtown Woman's 
Club Enjoys Music at 
December Meeting 



The Stringti »n WomofVs Club held 
thi ir Chnstnas program at the Cobona 
m Eric a.i g dinner Miss Noncy 

il, piano, and Mr Byron Bach, 
lifiiicV-Claycd beautiful Chnstmos selec 
tions during the reading of the Christ- 
mas Story by Mrs Charles Crone. The 
members then sang Christmas Corols 

Mrs Rector Jones, president, wel- 
comed Mrs Andrew Johnson ond Mrs 
Harvey Berry a members of the club. 
Miss Jean Boch, guest, gave on in- 
hng talk, ond answered many ques- 
' ■ . regarding he.r Missionary work in 
•ia 
The following members enjoyed the 
ng: Mesdames Charles Crane, Jock 
Turner, Chester Edwards, William Long, 
Edward Roytk, Harvey Berry, Wi'lliam 
I twell, Rector Jones, John Revel, 
Ru si ll>-Wilmholf, Joseph Claxon, Joseph 
Drmgenburg, William Tupman, Ben 
Zimmer, Richard Ammon, Robert Am- 
mon, Andrew Johnson, Floyd Kells, 
Byron Bach Miss Mary Ann Nusboum 
,,,. • ». re Miss Nancy Guilfoil, Mrs. 
I Darrock, Miss Jean'" Bach ond 
Mr„ Byron Bach. 

t . 

Tinsley Named to Committees 

Representative T. Herbert Tmsley, 
.Democrat, ot Warsaw, hos been named 
I Mouse Committees on Appropriation, 
Public Utilities, Executive and Legisla- 
tive Affairs ond Municipohties for the 
present session ot the Generol Assembly, 
no. v »...J-0..5essifln_.a.I...£iariJsicxL 

Representative Tmsley is serving his 
fourth term as o member of the General 
AssembK 



e champ Seating Capacity of 
12,000 Is Planned 



The Boone County Soil Conservation 
District hos entered the nationol Soil 
Conservation Awards progam sponsored 
by the Goodyear Tire and Rubber Co , 
Akron, Ohio, it was announced today by 
District Choirman Charles L Hempflmg 
of Taylorsport 

Members of the Boone county distl I 
will compote against othcr^ soil i 
vation districts in the state- Non , 
son judging committe. s, selected fl m 
Kentucky s outstanding expx nents of the 
soil conservation movement, will deti ' 
mine the state's outstanding distru I I I 
the period May 1, 1955 and March 31, 
1 956, on a basis of total points ' 

in performance of regular district duties. 

Grand award for one member cf each 
winning district governing body and the 
top cooperating farmer or rancher nam- 
ed by the district will be a one week, 
i xpense free vaca'tion trip to Goodyear's 
fabulous winter resort, the Wigwam 
Guest ranch on. Goodyear Farms, Litch- 
field Park, Ariz., in December, 1956. 

Members of the Boone counts district 
g v, mmg body who will compete I 
Goodyear award .are Charles L Hemp 
fling, S. W. Eichholz, W. 'Robert' Ellis, 
and Earl Jones. 

National winners of, the conservation 
award-, will be honored at the s ( ven 
regular area meetings of the Notional 
Association of Soil C o nser v a t io n , d i strict s 
Plaques will be awarded ot state con- 
ventions to. the hundred first and 
place winning districts. 




Robert J. Moddox 

Robert J. Moddox, Florence, son of 
Grant Maddox, won the State 4-H Club 
Achievement contest in agriculture. He 
aids his father in operating their poultry 
and dairy farm in Boone county. 

In ten years of 4-H Club work, he 
hos completed 46 projects, concentrating 
on poultry, dairying and gardening. He 
participated in the State Fair ' cattle 
lodging team last year and has won 
mere fhon 60 ribbons in county arid' dis- 
trict competitions Robert is a 1955 
graduate of Boone County High School, 
•ice. 

Boone Homemakers 
To Study Relinishing 
Furniture Says Agent 



WHITE TOWER REVIVAL 

A revivol will be held at the Com- 
munity Penticostol Church of God at 
Whites Tower, beginning Saturday, Jan 
21, with services nightly at 7:30 Rev. 
Richard Hocker, Bond, Ky , is to be the 
guest speaker, occording to the pastor, 
Rev. Ellis Rowland Good singing and 
gospel preoching is assured and every- 
one is cordially invrted to attend. 

THREE ENLIST IN ARMY 

Alfred Paul Houston, Wolton,. Route 
1; Homer W Tomlin, Walton, Route 1, 
ond Bernard Niemeyer, Jr., Indepen- 
dence, Route 1, enlisted in the U. S. 
Army, Januory 3, according to M'Sqt. 
Harold C. Kilgour, Army Recruiting Ser 
vice, Post Office Bldg ., Covington. 

All enlisted for the Signal Cops under 
the Army "Buddy System." They will 
rcci. ive eight weeks basit training, ofter 
which it is the Army's policy to grant 
thrm 14 days leave. 



FINISHES OFFICER SCHOOL 



Golden Wedding Anniversary 

Mr and Mrs John J Steinhauser w.ll 
celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary 
on Sunday, Januory 22, at the home of 
their daughter and son inlaw Mr. and 
Mrs W 1 1 Hi Ideman with opei 
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Second Lieutenant Donald Thomas 

Second Lieutenant Donc'd Thomas 
m • f Mrs. Ruth F. Thomas, Pcrcival 
Road • Walton, recently was graduated 
from The Infantry School's b asic infan 
try officers course at Fort Hi- 
It ;iv m il entei ' thi Armv in Au ju it 
of 1955 He wo gradju m th 

Unni rsity 

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• Boone -County - Hamemalters ~ wHT"lje-' 

gin a series of studies and workshops on 
refinishing furniture Januory 25, ac- 
cording to Home Agent Nancy Guilfoil. 

Mrs Elizabeth Burroughs, University 
of Kentucky Home Furnishing Specialist, 
will be discussing furniture pieces of 
volue to refinish, how to identify woods, 
merits of veneer, how to use various 
woods together, how to recognize good 
furniture occording to scale, size, de- 
sign ond finish 

In February, the local leaders will be 
learning how to prepare woods for a new 
finish, and in March they will study how 
to apply natural finishes, how to choose 
suitable finishes for certain woods ond 
styles of furniture, methods of preparing 
chair seats for coning, boring holes, etc. 
and method of caring for furniture. 

Local leaders throughout the county 
who will be teaching the classes in their 
local clubs are: Burlington, Mrs. Roy 
Dawn and Mrs Nelson Applegate; Mt. 
Zion, Mrs. Roger McGuire and Mrs 
Frank Domoschko; Verona, Mrs. A. M. 
Davis; Florence, Mrs. John Martin and 
Mrs. C F. Blankefibeker; Gunpowder, 
Mrs. Myles Weiss and Mrs. Glenn Stev- 
ens; Stringtown Mrs Jewell Scott and 
Mrs. James Loftin, Hathaway, Mrs. Nor- 
be*rt Zeisor; New Haven, Mrs. R. R. 
Ragland and Mrs. Joseph Huey; Walton, 
Mrs. Paul Ford and Mrs. Woodrow 
Treodway, Bull itsvil le - Idlewild, Mrs. 
Howard Redman and Mrs. H. F. Hudson; 
Constance, Mrs. James Kottmyer and 
Mrs. Leo Cotton; Hebron, Mrs. Ruby 
Mollis; Pt. Pleasant, Mrs. James Dolwick 
and Mrs. John Kovach. 

BEIGHLE'S IN NEW STORE 

• Beighle Brothers Grocery moved to 
their new location, just across from the 
skating rink, this week and ore now 
open for business. They have a much 
larger quarters, lots of new equipment, 
and have joined the Parkway system, 
thereby giving them better service for 
their customers. The formal opening will 
bo announced later. 

Ryland Homemakers Meet 

Ryland Homemakers held their Dec- 
ember meeting at the home of Mrs. John 
A. Rich. Roll call was answered by 13 
members and two visitors. After a short 
business meeting a Christmas po r ry was 
enjoyed. Mrs. Ward, reading choirman, 
govc a reading 'Too Rich for Santa 
Claus^" Mrs. Williams read the second 
chapter of" Luke. Christmas corols were 
"sung— ond~grftr- excha n g e d. — Mrs,- Wm. 
Damon apd Mi-s -Ruth Schmidt con- 
ducted a ga 



Detailed plans for o $3 million race 
track at Nicholson, hove been out' • I 
by officers of Latonio Pace Course, Inc. 

Plans were presented Monday to the 
new Kentucky State Rocing Comm n 
ot Lexington 

Officers, of the incorporation inclui' I 

Harry Reid, Jr. of Lexington, president. 

| Edward W Redman, Jr , of Covingtr— t, 

vice president; Jock Harrison, Chicogo 

! and Lexington businessman, secreta-y, 

and Alvin Heimann, Hebron, treasurer 

Dates, it is expected, would foil be- 
tween established meets at River Dowrs 
near Cincinnati, and Kecneland ot Le«-. 
ington. There has been no thorough- 
bred racing in northern Kentucky since 
the old Latonia track closed in 1939 

It wos announced thot cost of actual 
construction of the plant would appro* i 
mote $3 million, with another $500,000 
to $1 million to be available for initial 
operations. Purses will total $666,000 
during the fnitiol meet ;n 1957, with 
a minimum of $2,000 o race. 

The proposed plont, os outlined to the 
Racing Commission which took the plans" 
under advisement without formal action 
would include two racing strips. The 
a regulation one-rjiile race oval, 80 
to 90 feet wide, .econd, a seven-eig l "'s 
mile turf ovol 60 feet wide just Ii 
the regular track 

Seating capacity planned is 12,'OCO 
persons, including 7,200 in the grand- 
itond and 4,800 in the clubhouse. Park- 
ing facilities arc to be orronged for 5000 
cars. 

Twenty barns with room tor 32 stalls 
e*cn^are planned to hondle Q COPQCity 
of 640 horses. The plant would have, its 
own sewage and water plants, according 
to plans, drawn. _ _ 

Mr. Redman said thot some stock ul- 
timately would be sold in the sponsor 
incorporation but that no details hove 
been planned for that. 



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MRS. EMMA M. MEIER 

Services for Mrs Emma M. Meier, 79, 
a resident of Hempfling Rood, Atwood, 
will be held this (Thursday) ofternoon at 
2:00 in the Chambers ond Grubbs fun? 
erol home, Walton Burial will be in 
the Independence Cemetery. 

Mrs. Meier, a member of Hopeful 
Lutheran Church, Florence, died Monduy 
ot St. Elizabeth Hospitol, Covington. A 
notive of Bracken county, she hod lived 
in Kenton county for mony years. 

She leaves three daughters, Mrs. Clif- 
ford Cornelius of Kenton county, Mrs. 
Charles M. Tanner of Florence, and Mrs. 
Katherine Taylor of Cocoa, Flo ; o son, 
William Meier of Nicholson; two sisters, 
Miss Molly Wagel of Cincinnati, and 
Mrs. Jesse Golden of Hamilton, Ohio; a 
brother, William Wagcl of Brooksville; 
five grandchildren, and four great-grand- 
children. 



Mrs. Atkinson Speaks 
At January Meeting 
01 the Wa-Na Club 



Mrs. Dwight L. Maddi ■ - i 

the Wa-Na Club, ''on Moi u i *enn i, 
January 9, ot her home on N rth Mom 
Street. Following the pft.- I flog 

and_the club collect, Mi Jc Falls 

gave the spiritual guidance, 

Mrs. Alfred E. Atkinson, wife of the 
Methodist minister in Walton, gave a 
very interesting tolk on the lift i.nd Cus- 
toms in India. She showed pieces of 
jewelry, shoes, and the dress that 1s 
worn in India by the women. 

A delicious salad plate was served to 
the following members and guests: Mrs. 
Alfred E. Atkinson, Mrs. Robert Peyer, 
Mrs. Wallace S. Grubbs, Mrs. James. E. 
Foils, Mrs. Carl Conner, Mrs. George W, 
Ryan, Mrs. Charles Holder, Mrs. Leonard 
Cook, Jr., Mrs. Jomes Whitson, Mrs. 
Elsie Oser, Mrs. Jomes S. Webster, and 
the hostess, Mrs Maddox 

Clerk's Office Open Later 

The office of County Clerk C. D. Ben- 
son, Burlmgiih, will remain open until 
4:00 p. r.-i. voch Saturday until Marct 1, 
'o accommodate automobile and truck 
h!\ i ->S6 licen 

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on Sunday • 
cKjrch govt? o ' W» 
♦or Bro. Vaughn wife and t* 
»^icH v»c wil attended 
Vaughn thonk'ed each c- 
their, love, friendship patience ond in 
n u m, . . while thi y- wi 

Walton, and invited all "to visit them at 
West Arch.' St, Jocksboro Toxc-- 
At the close of the dinner they were pre 
sented a love offering from the con- 
gregation ond their friends 

Oro Stcne was the Sunday evening 
dinner guest of Mrs, Neil Dud,, 

Rev and Mrs Chas. A. Vaughn were 
the Saturdoy evening guests of Mr, and 
M'S Gilbert Grog, r 

Mark Roccv has beei •«.••• 

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Star, Kotnleen Williams. 
■ The C V.F and Junior Class of the 
ten Ch ristian Church gave a farewell 
vaughn prior to his 
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Repaired and (leaned 



Mrs Fr„ 
' Patsy al d, ' ' . • • I grund 

daughter. Jocnnna Kent, attended the 
installation of Jobs Dau^/ I l I Bur- 
last -Saturday evei 
Mr: and Mrs Gordon Phillips were 
guests :f Mr. and Mrs John Clark at 
Ludlow en Sunday afternoon. 

Mr and Mrs ■ J. • B- Jo hn>ew ond- Mr. 
and Mrs Eugene Sizemore were c i\ 
o'clock dinner guests of Mr and Mrs 
James Falls on Sunday 

MV: . Lee Steinharter cf Cincinnati 
spent Sunaay with her parents. Mr and 
Mrs-. John Stephenson and her children 
Miss Joanna and Butch Kent.' 

Mrs. Art Kent of Covington and tw 
children, Chas.' and Charlotte spent 
several days with her parents, Mr and 
Mrs. Simpson on Verona road. 

Mrs. Clarence Holl of Covington, was 
the Saturday guest of her sister and fam : 
ily, Mr. ond Mrs. John Stephenson. 

Lorry Greene was the weekend guest 
of Lee Flynn. 

Mrs! Joe Lauderback, Sr., was the 
"dinner guest la-st Thursday of Oro Stone 
- Little Ronnie Ray Ailen is confined 
to his home with scarlet fever. 

Miss Norma Neumeister was the Sun- 
day guest of Kathleen Flynn. 



Forest K.ng. Lexington, Mate . 

•_•■ t Christian Church es, will ; V '»■;.-.., A ' »< 'he 

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at the local Christian Church on Sunday, 
Jonuary 22. 

Mrs. Moggie Messmer of v'ercna. »cv 
weekend guest of her daughter and 
son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Leon 
and family. 

Mr and Mrs. Howard McClurc cf Er 
larger, were Sunday guests of_Mr pnd 
C "P. fcaker Mr Bokvr remain. 
vtry ill at his home here 

Mrs Nell Dudgeon was the guest 'a-t 
Tuesday night cf her sister, Mrs Mavm. 
Cole: ot Covington. 
'Thad Curl'v spent the w ■ 
|t ■ with r<iatives 

Mr ond Mrs Matt Flvnn spent Sun 
day in Aurora, Ind. 

Mr. and Mrs Finley Jacobs Jr and 
daughters wcr^ the Sunday guests 
parents, Mr' and Mrs Harry A' . 



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Painting - Retouching 




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16 S. MAIN ST., WALTON, KY. 

PHONE 1192 

Hours: 10:00 A. M. to 5:30 P. M. 
CLOSED ON WEDNESDAY 




Distributor Of 

Inter-State Bottle Gas 

Immediate Installation and 
Prompt Service on Refill. 

"Brown" Gas Stoves 
Gas Hot Water Heaters 

Jansen Hardware 

110 Pike Street 
COVINGTON, KENTUCKY 



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COAL-FEED 



Fyre Go Block and 
Marnc Premium Stoker 



COAL •• 



t\ Not. The I t Per Toi M L.I ison" 

We Also Have A Complete Line of Tuxedo Feeds 

Colston -Speagle Coal 



CRITTENDEN 



( i i i i" i "< 

,.,,tl, ottendii | rf* Mutual pf Omnho 
. T. nil : on new doul 

ity plan p 
Mr ond Mr fat ^ Thornton ol 
orodo on r. i ii ing • ■■ ' 'he arrival of a 
baby girl. Th.' maternoil grandparents 
Qf« Mr orwj Mr', Fred Hopperton 
Mr .i)..i Mr to.! J in I Of \ 
pent Monday evening wil 
• „)(. r,t M. ond Mr. Moivin Wull'f 



PHONE 1152 



WALTON, KY. 



The practice of Thrift is as old as Creation 

Exemplified in Nature! The Habit of All Her Creatures! 

SAVE TODAY FOR A HAPPIER AND 
MORE PROSPEROUS TOMORROW ! 

The Bank ol Independence 

INDEPENDENCE. KENTUCKY 

Memtx-r h. D I C Accounts Injured Up to $10,000 00 



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— SERVICI THAT SATISFIES— 

Tun. In WLW, 12:2$; WPFB, 11:45; 
WCKY. IMS; WKBV, 12:30 (1ST 



NORMS BROCK CO. I 

CINCINNATI STOCK YARDS 

A Live Wire ond Progressive Or- 
gonizotion, second to none. Wi 
aire strictly sellers on the belt 1 oil 
around market in the country. We 
hot* you will eventually ship tc 
ui Why not now' 

Reference: Ask fKe Fle«t 
Man You Meet! 



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DR. G. C. DONOH00, CHIROPRACTOR 



WALTON Mo.n I Depot StroeM 

H un '•' " ' 

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FLORINCt— 7628 Diiie Highway 

'.' ■ Wed , Friday, 

'it 1! ,i m & 7 .to 8 p. m. 
PHONE ATLANTIC 3 5371 




"l don't think this would 
have happened on concrete ! 

"It happened so fast, officer! I was taking it easy be- 
cause I know this type of pavement is slippery when 
wet. I stepped on the brakes to slow down for the curve 
and my car suddenly went completely out of control. I 
•kidded into the other lane of traffic and right into that 
other car. I don't think this would have happened if I 
had been on a concrete road." 

You're right, Mr. Motorist. There's less chance of 
»uch an accident on concrete. Concrete pavement has 
greater skid resistance than other pavements. Your tires 
get a tight grip on its gritty surface. This means better 
vehicle control and quicker stops without skidding, even 
though it may be raining. 

Remember, the type of pavement can often mean the 
difference between life and death. You're much safer 
when you drive on a skid-resistant concrete pavement. 



REMEMBER, YOU PAY MORE FOR POOR 

ROADS THAN FOR GOOD "ROADS. 

KENTUCKY DESERVES THE BEST. 

INSIST ON CONCRETE 



PORTLAND CEMENT ASSOCIATION 

612 Merchant's Bank Bldg., Indianapolis 4, Indiana 

A national organization to Improve and extend the ut« of portland cement 
and concrete . . . through Kl«nt!flc r«*arch a"d engineering field work y 



CONCRETE COO PMATIS WITH YOU* IYIS AND YOU* MAKES 




When The Crash 

Come* — Be 

Protected 

f~^C*tutual Inaurano* 
j^r Company 

J. B. JOHNSON 

AGENT 
PHONE 112 - WALTON, KY. 



Stop Dreaming 

Start Driving An A-1 Used Car 



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THEY WON'T LAST AT THESE PRICES 

1954 FORD V-8 Convertible 1 .. .... $1395.00 

16,000 miles, radio, heater, overdrive, beautiful blue finish^ 



1953 FORD V-8 Cuslomline 4-Door $995.00 

2-tone blue, Fordomatic, radio, heater, exceptionally clean. 



1951 FORD V-8 4-Door only $595.00 

Radio, heater, full factory equipment, low mileage. 




REVIVAL 

at 

Immanuel 
Missionary Church 

FLINGSVILLE, KY. 

Highw •'• • ille Rood) 

3 Mil. fri m Cntt« ndi n, Ky 

REV. H. N. DICKERSON 

EVANGELIST 

(. . , i < N I ■ • ■ of' Indion- 

■ ■ itstondmg. as an 

evangelist in the Church of the 

■ • ■ pent 25 yeors 

• on.i is a 

her of ability "' hoi had 

in hi » I ' hav- 

7ng hoi! ."ver 107 of his converts 

entei "I Chnsf- 

REV WILLIE BRAMBLE, PASTOR 



: 1950 FORD V-8 4-Door; radio, heater $395.00 

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B Cars Below (an Be Purchased with No Money Down 

1949 BUICK Special $295.00 1948 CHEV. 4-Door; 1 owner $295.00 ■ 

1947 FORD 2-Door; very nice $19500 1947 FORD 2-Door; needs work $95.00 jj 

: SEE BOB RYLE or JOHN NEWMAN " 

PHONE DIXIE 1 5768 AFTER 6 P. M., DIXIE 1-8799 

1 Jos. A. Kuchle & Co. I 



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ERIANGER, KENTUCKY 



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Is Your Subscription Paid? 



The Right Broker . 



Chi • . th( right bi kei «hcn 
\ u re i Umning to I i ' uy o 

• can spell the diffi renci 
tween unnecessary delay and dis- 
opointment, loss of money, and o 
satisfactory dc'ol. 

—FOR SALE— 

WALTON— 4 room house, mod- 
ern, priced right! 
BEAVER ROAD — 5 room house, 
bath, 4 ocre tobocco base. 
WALTON --Six rooms, modern, in 
top condition, rental possibilities. 
$10,500. 

gayle Mcelroy 

43 So Mam Street 
WALTON, KENTUCKY 

Phone 1852 

— Representing — 

Austin Mann Realty Co. 

Dixie Highway at Underpass 
ERLANGER, KENTUCKY 

Phone Dixie 1-5555 



FARM LOANS 

LONG TERM FARM LOANS 
LOW INTEREST RATE 

SEE S. R. ECKLER 

REALTY & AUCTION CO. 

H 
Dry Rideje - Kentucky 

Phone. Office 4-6581; Ret. 4-8146 



SPECIAL 

AUCTION 

Walton Sales Barn 

Saturday, January 21 

AT 1 1 A. M. 

Verner Colston and R. K. Turner will sell at Auction to settle partnership on their 
stock — 

43 Cows & Calves, 22 Hogs 

8 year old cow with calf by side; 4 year old cow, Jersey, calf by side; 7 year old cow, 
Jersey, calf by side; 6 year old Holstein cow, heavy springer; 6 white face cows, will 
be fresh in March; 3 year old heifer will freshen in March; three 4 year old white face 
cow, Domino stock, eligible to register, freshen in March; two 2 year old heifers, white 
face, eligible to register, fresh in March; 6 white face cows, grade, freshen in March; 
3 year old Holstein heifer fresh in March; three 2 year old Holstein heifers fresh in 
March; 3 yearling heifers white face, open, entitle to register; 3 yearling milk type 
heifers open grade; ten 7 month white face heifer and steers; registered white face 
Bull yarling, out of Jewett herd; cows are all bred by registered Domino bull; all cows 
raised on my farm. 



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RAY HALL 

Manufacturing Optician 

Doctor's Opticol Prescriptions 

Accurately Filled. Broken 

Lenses Replaced. Expert 

Optical Repairing! 



HOGS— 1 grade sow about 300 lbs, bred; 1 grade sow about 400 lbs., bred; 2 Hamp- 
shire sow about 400 lbs., bred; 1 Hampshire boar, 1 year old in March; 1 Duroc boa;, 
2 years old in March; 7 shoots 3 months old; 7 shoots 4 months old; 1 Hampshire sow 
400 lbs. farrow in March; 1 grade sow, 250 lbs., farrow in March. 
Bad Road is cause of us bringing our stock to the Walton Sales Barn. 



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1-22 Pike St., Covington • 
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Walton Sales Barn 

CHARLES STEERS and HARRY F. JOHNSON 
PHONES: Walton 921 X or Fleetwood 7-2767 

-.OWNERS 

Verner Colston * PI. Turner 






?*#•••*••••••©•* $>ofc©o0W#««®©*fo©«e» 



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WALTON ADVERTISER, WALTON, KENTUCKY 







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BY DR. KENNETH J. FOREMAN 



Christian Marks 



Lesson for January 22, 195G 



Farms For Sale 

209 ACRES— , . _■• • 

More or lei 6-room hou l -ripping room i 

crib, chick, 

2 cisterns I well, a Bulloci Pen Lake, 3 6 acre tobacco hast- 

6 acres alfalfa 6 c; cored en new rood ro Bullock Pen 

Lokc tractor land Price $28 000 

110 ACRES— 

5 room h \. • and bath, 2 barns, 24 stonhions m dairy barn tobacco 
barn and all other outbuildings, base 1.15 OCres, 7 acris alfalfa 10 acre 
mixed clever This is o tractor farm PRICE $25,000 

KENTON COUNTY— 

62' 2 ceres 6 room house and bath, hot and cold running water, part 
basement house mode n tcept furnace, combination barn with ten stan- 
chions, milk house, fixed for Grade A milk, chicken and brooder house, 
tool shed, smoke house, electric in all buildings, hay fork, 2000 tobacco J 
sticks ° tobacco base well watered end fenced, all clean, located on block 
top road. 17 miles from Covington, stock and tools can be purchased if 
wanted, will conseder trade for city pro'pertv. PRICE FOR FARM $14,500 [ 

195 ACRES— 

Located near Burlington 4 room house and cellanum, 4 room tenant 
house, combination barn with 15 stanchions, milk house shipping Grade A 
Milk, almost new tobacco barn tverlosting water, base 2 6 acres. Price 
$10,500. Also have tractor equipment including plows, discs, pick up 
bailer, side delivery rake, two horses, Cooler, milker, and all milking equip- 
ment, 18 cows, I bull, 9 heifers, 1200 bales of hay, ALL FOR $15,500 

Coleman Bros. 

— Real Estate and Auctions Sales — 
PHONE DIXIE 1-8499 or ALTANTIC 3-1481 



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NOW IS THE TIME TO ORDER YOUR 



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Fertilizer 



Agrico - The Nation's Leading Fertilizer 

BLUE DIAMOND BLOCK COAL 

CROWN STOKER COAL 

American Wire Fence — Barb Wire 

GATES— Steel or Wood 

READNOUR COAL & FEED 

WALTON, KY. PHONE 154 




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Make Payday 
Savings Day 

Make ic a habit to add to your savings account 
every payday-SAVE before you SPEND, setting 
aside a certain amount regularly out of each 
paycheck— will soon add up to a substantial 
amount. You'll like saving here, too — our people 
are friendly and courteous. Open your account 
soon with a convenient amount. Savings are 
insured to $10,000 and earn a worthwhile return. 



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FIRSf FEDERAL ST, 

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5QJ>503 Main^Sf, Covington, Ky. HEmlock 1-6480 

v Latonia Office— 36th & Decoursey 




HOW can we tell whether a per- 
son >is a Christian or notT Is 
there anything that marks all 
Christiana? There is faith, of 
course; tuit only God ran see faith 

itsrlf Jesus said: "By their fruits 
ye shall kin>w them." What kind 
of ' fruits" should we look for. in 
others and in our- 
selves, tO so r 
.w he the i we are 
Christians? Only 
Gee* is the final 
Judge. We should 
not bo too quick 
to say bras I 1) . "I 
know . ," Better 
say. "I have good 
B to believe 

So. what l>r. Foreman 

are the good reasons for believ- 
ing that a poison is a Christian" 
Stukinc to our one chapter In 
tuke for this work, we ran tako 
noto of throe marks of a Chris- 
tian, that is, of- Jesus' followers, 
those who tako his word as in 
order They sound quite si m p le 

I ordinal y. what i- - 
ary. what is specially Christian 
about thorn, is the thoroughgoing 
quality Jesus expects. 

Helpfulness 

Three marks which we can read 
ilv see suggested, in this chapter 
of sayings «>f our Lord an Help- 
fulness, humility, and honesty 
Everyday qualities, aren'1 they? 
In fact, you can't get along with- 
out them in the civilized » irld 
Nobody hkes a man who bra. 
the time N .body hki s a man who 
never lends n hand to anybody 
in troubl e Nob o dy Ukes a i 
can't be trusted Helpfulness, hu- 
mility and h mesty aie not in 
themselves specially Christian at- 
titudes Jesus certainly did not in 
vent these qualities They 
found among | < ; le ' 
Ugions and of n What 

Jesus did was to demand an ex- 
traordinary high degree of U 
everyday virtues First a 

helpfulness: Not only in the words 

led in Luke 14 but In n 
other ways and places. Jesus i 

phasizes how far his friends are 
«.»ru»pt»d | to go. Most people are 
willing to help others, ix it isn't 
bothersome or expensive J< 
idea of helpfulness was of 
thing quite costly, something that 
calls for effort, self-sacrifice H- 
fulness as he sees it is not ju-4 
doing something for somebody 
who will do as much for you 11 
means doing for people who nevi 
can pay you back. You can't I i 
sure you are helpful as Christ was 
unless you arc willing, as he was, 
to put out more for others than 
you are going to get back. 

Humility 

We all expect humility from 
other people, and we even practice 
it ourselves, in the form of cour- 
tesy. For courtesy is a form of 
humility, — "After you!" "Please." 
"Thank you." "Pardon me." and 
the like, are humble expressions, 
when you come to think of it. But 
Jesus expects His disciples to 'be 
humble and not Just to talk hum- 
ble. Are you a Christian at this 
poinfT A" "few questions are in 
order, to ask yourself. Am I al- 
ways thinking that other people 
don't appreciate me? Am I a lit- 
tle sore because I don't get the 
promotions I deserve? When I 
say, "What's he got that 1 haven't 
•got?" Do I feel a little peevish, 
as if the answer I expect is "Noth- 
ing "? Have I often been able to 
forget my own interests on be- 
half of others? One of the most 
striking stories about Jesus is told 
by John, who records that Jesus, 
"knowing he came from God and 
was going to God." took a towel 
and did the "menial" service that 
every one of his disciples was t<» > 
proud to do. The highest is- the 
humblest. 

Honesty 

Everybody knows that honesty 

is a good policy. But one mark of 

a Christian is that he will be 

,-it two p. unts where 

ingely enough) mi I people 

.are Jen st honest: that is. with 

■ If and with God The par- 
abk-s about counting the cost are 
really about the Imn ' II CC of 

facing the fa ts, ad rutting to 

yourself when ■ > i irt. 

Hun an i ity foi self lec< lion 

',','. ,\ a man takes 

hi!Io.t-ll fol .i ittki in >':.' I 

' 
aerstand Bui il i even more 
am.,. n ill think tl i 

ran "get 1 ' ex 

by - - tl 

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teach-ng •«■ ■pit'"" 1 » c „,. 

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THE CHUBCH FOB ALL 

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This Entire Church Notice Is Sponsored by the Following 
Business Concerns of This Section: 



WEBSTER RADIO SERVICE 

Rodio-Television Sales-Service Wolton, Ky 

READNOUR COAL & FEED 

Phone 154 Wolton. Ky 



HAGEDORN'S MAYTAG SERVICE 

856 Dixie Hi'woy, Erlanger, Ky. Dixie 1-5233 

WALTON LUMBER COMPANY 

Phone 19 Walton, Ky 



PHOENIX RESTAURANT 

"The Home of Good Food" Wolton, Ky. 

RYAN HARDWARE & DRY GOODS 

Phone 99 Wolton, Ky! 

LIPSCOMB CO-OP FARM STORE 

Phone 100 Wolton. Ky. 

BRAKEFIELD DRUG STORE 



HALL Electric cV Appliance Service 



Phone 187 



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DIXIE STATE BANK 

Walton, Kentucky 

YOUNG'S RESTAURANT 

Dinners, Sandwiches, Drinks Wolton, Ky 

WALTON GARAGE 

Phone 40 Chrysler & Plymouth 

R. C. DURR, General Contractor 

Nicholson, Ky. 



Fleetwood 7-3841 



Phone* 63 



Wolton, Ky. 



WALTON FOOD MARKET 

Fine Foods Wolton, Ky. 

CONSOLIDATED TELEPHONE CO. 

Florence, Kentucky 

DIXIE CHEVROLET SALES 

Phone 95 Wolton, Ky. 

LOSEY'S GARAGE & GROCERY 

Open Doily - South Walton - Phone 529 

BANK OF INDEPENDENCE 

Independence, Kentucky 



DAN ROBERTS, INSURANCE 

Phone 66 North Moln St., Wolton 

FLORENCE DEPOSIT BANK 

Florence, Kentucky 

CONRAD HARDWARE 

Phone 23 Wolton, Ky. 

KRAMER ELECTRIC SERVICE 

McMillan Dr., Indepercience, Ky. FL 7-43 1 I 

A. M. LINTON, BARBER 

Walton, Kentucky 



BI-COUNTY FARM BUREAU 



ATlantic 3-2112 



Devon, Ky. 



DEMOISEY GAS COMPANY 

Phone 1372 Walton, Ky. 

MODEL FOOD STORE 

phone 2 ' Walton, Ky. 



B-M SALES & SERVICE 

Phone 38 - * Wolton, Ky. 

ST. CLAIR SERVICE STATION 



Texoco Gas, Oil & Tires 

a- 



Wolt 



<*%Ky. 



ARTISTIC DRY CLEANERS 

Phone 144 Walton, Ky. 

STURGEON ELECTRIC SERVICE 

Phone 184 Wolton, Ky. 



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1 independence [BUSINESS REVIEW PAGE 



Just A Thought: 

Ever notio how p< t ' « will buy an*/ 
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UNION DEPOSIT BANK 



Dr Dougherty to Move OMice: 

Pri I ' ore now : bi Hig modi or 

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~H Dr ' l-runklih Dougherty 
*Addt1 t lent i 
sorting room will I . • m 
iloti n in tin i 
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Bond Boosters Club: 

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Friendly Bonking Service; Member of 
FDIC Union. Ky Phone DU 4 3491 

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I * i tin. well known bank the 

nfick no l thi p< i 'i<li- of all 

" i.rr urtding country, and among its 

u I mi . u will find the majority c f 

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making riew of the onward 

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Complete Home Furnishers, Furniture, 
Electric Applioncit, Televisions, Radios, 
Open Weekday! Until 9pm, Satur- 
day Until 5 00 p m. Free Parking In 
Rcdr of Store at 1908 Modison Ave., 
Covington, Ky. JUniper 1-7622. 

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outfitting ' ll I m. In this r. 

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DEPENDABLE LOAN SERVICE, INC. 



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Confidential Loom, S10 to $300, on 

Sianature, Auto. Furniture or Livestock 

5 Writ 5th St, Covington. Ky Phone 
JUniper 1-4690 

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than conti led t tim 'I on F < r a 

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Wholesale and Retail; Delicious Rolls, 
Donuts, Coke*, Pasterics; Wedding ond 
Party Cakes A Specialty. 411 Dixie 
Highway, Elsmcre, Ky. Dime 1-9846. 

m ; l kn at, bokj ry mski 

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A vi t t Norm's Bakery will prcv I TK, mottei of making good bread, 

fOU why many locul ond out-of-town j which i the -.toff • • 01 well os 

shoppers p refer buying their bakery making Other bakery I luires 

goods there. The tempting display olfr "' "' 1 "" rnf ° nd ,h ''' *'"" 

hqs spared neither time or expense in 
.. ,r,v,t,ng to the most fastid the , nstQ||o! up-to-dot. 

iou4, ! ll . ou enjoy really delicious bak- ; equipment. With their . highly skilled 

ery pi . • bread, cakes, pastries bakers they give you the a , uranee of 

rolls, and rookies, ond many other tasty I the very best ond finest in bakery pro- 

•■ '■ make it a point to stop j ducts. So, why don't you bed tic . n©-*f. 

in at the, modern bakery on your next their many satisfied customers and fri- 

shopping tore to town. ■ i nds, and tn|Oy their fine bakery items. 



Dusing Bros. Ice Mfg. Co., Inc. 



Beers, Wines, Liquors; Porty and Pic- 
nic Supplies; All Produce Trucks Iced; 
Woter Hauled. Open Until 1 1 :00 p. m. 
101 Dime Highwoy, Elsmcre, Ky. Dixie 
1-7200. 

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firm which aids in no little measure to 
thi ;• gress and prosperity of this sec- 

' n 

— 't is a writ known fact that there 

in the community that hos 
met Wil •• r favor with the public 

ki a. . fcblishmenf. They 

■ ■ nence in every feo- 

isini ss ond beco.ise of their 

mprehci knowledge of every 



branch of trode, this firm has continued 
to witness on increase in the number of 
their patrons 

There is no rr <- IplHfi d oti 

icr, in the community than the manager 
ond we direct your attention to this 
business institution os one of the re- 
liable establishments which has added 
to the development and progress cf this 
part of the state. 



Herb Rolsen Boats & Motors^ 



It 5 West bth Stri I ii 



RURAL NATURAL GAS COMPANY 



All. men . , ' itji i 

;• ■ a tficers ond 
• merits will lw nived after 
...... 

Simon Kenton Basketball 

' .< « ' FriQVa , thi i mi n Ke"n- 

I :vkett>all team will f '0> Highlands 

at Simon. Ken tot 



The iodies of St Cecilia Church' will 
. r on afternoon yciol Wednesdoy, 
Joouory 25 f m I 30 to 4 00 p m 
The price u 5( " • ■' '■'<- is invit 

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THE BEST PLACE TO 

EAT 

IN COVINGTON 

LANG'S CAFETERIA i 



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623-625 Modison Avenue 
Open Sun.ioy, 6 o. m to 8 p 



Rural Do.ol Bottle Gas Service; Com- 
plete Line of Gas Appliances. Refrigera- 
tor!, Ranges, Water Heaters. 4 High- 
way. Ludlow, Ky COIonial 1-2143. 

In o"v K;'.mess transaction fhe * •■ 
m ..t thought in the mind of the cus- 
lon ' i ' l ..■ fi m s. rvice and value. 
This ii " also the first aim of th« Rural 

' • tui iai C "Tii>any 

• a i leasee) to show you their 

n« of appliances an.) yi u can see 
ir-rrH thrat -f+iry 6tfer the best at 



the leost r>: 



Rural Natural Gos- Co is always 
• ult with ou on any type 
of merchandise i.n their line and their 
in', r, st .loes not* end with the purchase 
ll ■ , on dealers fir the (.n.pular line gos 
refrigerators, home freezers, water heat- 
ers rgnges and also offer o complete 
~- ' | Liu lilr gus ' s et v -cy. ' — ' ■ ' - 

• "• ' ' . • -ed by the 

-nendation of the mony people they 

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WILLIAMS MOTORS, INC. 



MARCH 
OF DIMES 




Your Nosh Dealer — Sales and Service; 
Complete Line of Nash Parts. We Ship 
Anywhere. 16th 1 Scott Sts , Covington, 
Ky. AXtel 1-4670. 

oil h w great Nash Airflytes, the 
I most modern cor, on display at 
' .'i >e agency The Nash 

Rdmbler, the Nash Ambassodor, the 
Nash Statesman, and the brand new car, 
the Nash Metropolitan, are on. display 
•.'. '•• . cars built the modern 

wm with Airily! • u " " they are 

stronger safer, twice os rigid, ond last- 
ingly quiet They show you the woy to 
my, durobility safety and COmf it 
Its Airfltc construction is for advanc- 
ed from ordinary automobile construe 



tion. In Nash, the entire body and frame 
girders, pillars, floor ond roof are welded 
together .in 'a. single super strong roftle- 
proof unit, and .serves you years lorlijer 
thon cars of ordinary construction. You 
hove that secu*e feeling when ndmg in 
a Nash There's flashtng performance, 
record_e.conomy and handling ease you 
hi>p never known before. 

Their modern service department is 
equipped to repair all makes of cars the 
mechanics are well trained to give you 
the most dependable service 

The used car department features a 
fine line of quality Nosh Se!.'ct Used 
Cars hot have bee- carefully select, 
your prelection — see them today for the 
In st in automobile values. 



fishing Tocklc, Boat Trailers, Johnson 
Seahorse Outboard Motors, and Paints. 
713 West 2nd St, Covington, Ky. Phone 
COIonial 1-8670. 

This is truly headquarters for the 
* ' ' sportsmen, for they hove every- 
' ■ . in m t rs and the fishing line, to 
milke — bus trip more enjoyab le Th. y 



stock the finest in fishing., tackle, all 



nationally advertised and nationally used 
You will find this firm alert to the 
needs of their customers ond to any- 
thing that increases business in the com- 
munity and its prosperity. They have 
alwoys been Icoders in sporting goods 
oo_d supplies for the water sportsmen — 
supplying them with the motors, boats, 
fishing supplies. Becouse of the cour- 
■ xtended their customers, folks are 
glways reminded that this is the place to 



go back to when they need additional 
supplies They ore also reminded to tell 
their friends of th? friendliness of the 
firm and the quality equipment they have 
bought here for their own, use. 

We heartily recommend this well- 
known firm to our readers and suggpst 
you contact them when in need of any 
sporting goods in their line. If you have 
not been in their place recently, go pay 
them a visit. 



Calvin Cress and S 



ons 



Formall Tractors, McCormick-Deering 
Farm Machinery, New Idea Farm Equip- 
ment; International Truck Soles, Service 
and Parts; Tractor Tires; Dairy Equip- 
ment; Home Freezers. Burlington, Ky. 
Phone 79. 

They feature a full line of these world 



famous implements, excellent service on 
all, and a full line of parts. This is an 
institution that is aiding- in placing form- 
ing on a modern basis in this section of 
the notion. 

. .T.bey offer the best service in the way 
of a full line of ports for oil implements 
and tractors, and these ore furnished on 



o minute's notice, so that there is no de- 
lay for people needing ports. Men are in 
charge of the service who ore thoroughly 
familiar with oil and are ready to give 
any advice or receive any suggestions. 

In this review, we are glad to compli- 
ment this company upon the attractive 
display of modern form machinery and 
tractors at their establishment. 



JACK'S GLASS SHOP 



Auto Glass Installed In Any Make Car 
or Truck; Special Attention to Insuronce 
Cloims; Furniture Tops, Mirrors, Mirror 
Ri- Silvering. 110 Scott St., Covington, 
Ky. Phone AXtel 1-1661. 

It is a well known fact- that tin 'i is 
n, institution in the community thot 
m t with greotei to> < with the pub 
thai tl -■ II known i tobl.sl m< nt 

fhey hovi had w ide expei .'nee in 



BVCry feature of the gloss business and 
because of their,. comprehensive know- 
ledge of 'every branch of trade, this firm 
hos continued to witness an increase in 
the tiumb«r of their potrons 

rhere is r>.> more public spirited oh 
.-, n in the community than the monage- 
nn nt ond w, direct sour attention t. 
this business institution as one of the 
reliable, esabljshments which has odded 
much to the* development and progess 
f this port i t the state. 



Edw. P. Cooper Furniture 
and Appliances 



General Electric, Admiral end Inter- 
national Harvester Ranges, Refrigerators, 
Freeiert, Washers; CBS., R.C.A., Ad- 
miral and Sparton Television; Double 
Dexter Washers. Liberal Trade-In Al- 
lowance, Eosy Terms. 503 Madison Ave., 
Covingon, Ky. HEmlock 1-1402. 

Here will be found the newest ond 
most attractive designs for furniture in 
every style, price ond design for every 



room in the house, to suit every taste 
and every bonk occount will be found in 
the more elaborate c.eations. 

The management is among the most 
active merchants in the City; has been 
in business for 41 yeors, find practices 
the "Golden Rule'' in all business deal- 
ings. It proved the Tightness of this bus- 
iness policy by rapidity in the growth of 
the establishment, for only honest,, qual- 



ity merchandise is sold at the foirest of 
prices. Naturally, many friends have 
been made, who ore consistent boosters 
of this popular firm. 

We suggest to al! our readers that 
whenever they need furniture of ony 
description for the home, they pay a 
visit to this popular store, where each 
piece of furniture sold comes h-hind it 
a complete guarantee, for its sc.vice ends 
only with your satisfaction. 



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Bihl Brothers 



Jewelers and Diamond Dealers; Fine 
Jewelry, Watch Repairing, Engraving, 
Sporting Goods, Religious Goods. 927 
Monmouth, Newport, Ky. CO 1-9431. 

There are no more reliable jewelers 
thon this firm, ond during the Dossing 
yeors there is no establishment thot has 
maintained a better reputation for the 
handling of high grade icwclry than this 
store, which has been serving the people 
most efficiently. 



No matter what it may be in the 
lewelry and novelty line you will find 
that this store is strictly up to the minute 
ond carries the best latest vogue, of the 
day. Wedding rings, watches and a 
thousand and one articles of lewelry. If 
you wont to get anything in this line and 
have some that you wont reset, you 
should step in of this place, as they are 
reifocjnized as experts in this class of 
work. _ 



In the watchmakers trode they ore 
most efficient, being thoroughly fomilior 
with domestic watches and the imported 
ones as well. No matter what make of 
watch you desire to have repoired, you 
will find fhey can do it, os well os repair 
all kinds of jewelry. 

We wish to compliment them upon 
the high standard of efficiency main- 
tained, the 'superior quality of the goods 
bandied and the admirable monner in 
which this store is operated. 



Moss & Gillespie Realtors 



Complete Real Esotc Service — City, 
Suburban and Form Lands. Member of 
Covington-Kenton County Board of Real- 
tors. 941 Dime Highwoy, Florence, Ky. 
Dl 1 7 290 ond AT 3-4321. Harry May, 
Associotc, AT 3 3971, Florence. 
I , | j ,„ ,i the ri liable "inl ' I 

jn this sec 
,, ..,, it , ondui ti d by mi n ol experi 
,,. | , ,,'. | esfali I usirjj ""I ore 



. • i anl with tui s ilues By 

nits, ors of ervice in this line, 

v & Gillespie an familiar with local 

. i Mi ns ond able to giv, their clients 

ii ; |i hi ns whi ti i they an i m 

i,|. in.) a pun ha i r iate of propi rty 

In realty] tnr> .mi n bi th the buyi i 

ii. i are' at tin- men > i f the mian 

lands N rween It > then fi in well 

to considei such matters carefully ' m 



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entering into any transact • agree- 

ments In this ri sp< ' ' 
highi r in the I Stimati n - bllC Ol 

is o' is ess <! .fan. rience than 

vl Si GiIIi -i mi , Realtors 

In making this review it tin pi 

i it today we di re I , h I t v & 

Gillespie as a firm which is o leader of 
the times and p ihtiog tin vsos to a 
happy home for many. 



Boone-Kenton Lumber Co. 



Lumber, Millwork, Hardware, Floor- 
ing, Carey Roofing, Insulation, Pittsburgh 
Paints. 219 Crescent St., Erlanger, Ky. 
Dixie 1-7138. 

This turn oilers you the finest in 
quality lumber and building materials 
(01 ,»n bu*ldmg r-cuircmcnt — it sup- 
plies tne trade throughout this section of 
the state and iv known for qdality pro- 
ducts. 

They maintain a complete supply of 



building materials to meet the supply 
fry, including lumber, doors, winflow 
units, roofing materials, pairrfs, insula- 
ti n builders' hardware, and many more 
builders' items A total list would be 
everything that it takes to meet th 
auirements of their many cgstomers in 
quality merchandise. Added to this is 
friendly service 

You will find their assistance hiahly 
beneficial in formulating and determin- 
ing the best type of materials to be used 



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in the building of your particular plan of 
construction You will have the benefit 
of their brood experience, their vast store 
of building materials, and their know- 
ledge of application. This means much 
to the public as o whole in solving build- 
ing problems. 

We' ore pleased to recommend this 
firm to our readers and take pleasure in 
directing you to them for quality mer- ^ 
chandise ot reasonable prices, and with 
the best of service."* 
ond demand of this section of the coun- 



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—ADDITIONAL— 



USCDCBBS ! Want Ads 



kl7*£S ^ECONOMY \^£fF/C/ENCy 

1955 CHEVROLET 4-Door Bel Air Sedan 
1951 CHEVROLET 4 Door Scdon 
1951 FORD 2-Door Sedan 
1951 FORD 2-Door Sedan 

1950 FORD 6-Cylinder 

1951 FORD Dump Truck 



1951 CHEVROLET ' 2-Ton Truck 
1950 NASH 4 Door Sedan 
1949 FORD 4-Door Sedan 
1946 OLDSMOBILE 2 Door Sedan 

Dixie Chevrolet Sales 



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MISCELLANEOUS - 

►"REE ESTIMATES— Boon* County Sani- 
tation ^ o. Cleo mng and repairing 
inks. Col. k 1-9641. 

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GENERAL HAULING- Sam Vest. Phone 
.'• ton 1342. H 



Walton. Ky. 



Phone 95 



ELJVEREO 6-8 < 

't , f6 18 sulphate 
$56 10 ilphdte. 1 

--4-h I -ah' , $47 00 



HEAT WITH THE SECOND SUN — Ken- 
i n County Cool Co. Terms cash 
Kenton lump $13.75; Kenton egg, 
$13 25; Scarlet I kei $14 75. Water 
houl f urtJ . I owner, Nuh.-'l 

son.'Ky. FL 7 6711. tf 



TRADE IN your old wofch on o new 
wotch, excellent timekeepers. Huber's 
Jewelry Walton and Erlonger Stores 
ladies' 01 man's automatic winding 
Phone Walton 180. tf-l 



OLD OAK FARM BARFBER SHOP — VS 
mile East of LLL Highwoy, on Hemp 
'ling Road, Atwood, Ky. Hour*: Tues 
doy, Wednesday, Thursday, 1:00 tc 
8 00 p. m. Friday, 1:00 to 9 00 p 
m. Saturday, 9 o m. to 6:00 p. m 
Mornings by appointment. Closed oil 
doy Monday. Ladies' hair styling 
Clifford Cornelius, proprietor tf -20 

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Piner Homemakers 



ES on Si uthern ' I I 
ed corn Place 

$1 00 p. r |.u 
rm Supply, High S( I 

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42 8 8 8 $49 37 5-10-10, 

■■■ • ; > 39-6 

) $5 7 4.- 

$30.9 • ice*, P.. O. B x 85 

Richmon ■ • h -ne 5182. 8f-2 

ROUSES SLAUGHlt 

butchering, also sausoge and lard 
mode Hemptlmq Road, 1 mile East 
LLL H.ghway Phone FL 7-2735 
Hogs, bee* shiep. 4t-l* 



NOTICE —II 

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Mrs. Owen 

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HOMES and FARMS 



229 ACRES— Modern 7-i mf -modern tei 

20 otanc - milk house, 1 - and 2 teed barns, 

lorog ■ ■ ' ■ *oter, white hi 

I tractor I ' id 

cation; quo t a I 000 M ,-. no I 

82 ACRE m Colonial homi lar-ge con -"13 

stanchions, outbuildings, 3 lakes. 8 acre tobacco base, good fpncing; 

■ ■ . "a This is en exceptionally nice farh; 

<y. i. Price I -.11 at SI 5 500. 

50 ACRES — Good 4-room dwelling, dairy and tobacco born and Cutbuild- 

•ings; located cr. A'exanjria Station Road, some fonfage on new De- 

coursey: quick" possession, a nice little farm-^-$6,900 
6' ACRES — All tractcr land„ new 4-room house barn.'city water, 1.1 acres" 

tobacco base, located in Walton, near the Dixie 
91 ACRES — 3 miles from Warsaw good 6-room dwelling dairy and tobocco 

barn, outbuildings, 15 stanchions, 15 acres tobocco base — $8,500, or 

will trade on 1 - or 2-family home. 
1 1 Vi ACRES — Nea't 2 bedrooms, modern home, approximately 5 years old, 

2-car garage; located 7 miles out; $2,000 down — $8 500. 
7 ACRES — Hill land, small cottage and large concrete black garage, locat- 

n Kyle Lane, near Madison Pike; $6,900, $2,000 down. 
1 ACRE — More or less; 4-room cottage; located on Dudley Pike, near 

Madison, $6;300, $1,000 down. 
10 ACRES — Near Independence; 5-room, 1 -story dwelling, .barn and out- 
buildings, $2,000 down. 
1 ACRE — 5-room home, modern kitchen, bath', full basement furnace, large 

garage, on U S. 42 5 miles from Florence; possible G I Only $1 1,000. 



LANE REALTY (0. 



JUniper 1-0508 



Office — 28 West Sixth Street, Covington, Kentucky 

» or 

RAY GAINES — BURLINGTON 251 

List with Us, We Need Farms and Home-' 



R BLADES less than lc. Send 75c 

in; stomps Kt 100 Don Juan Double 

Ed; ■ ' imples 

AM p< stpaid ' - • ■ ■ • . Sales, 

301 Cincinnati I, Ohio. 4t-1* 



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with a 

.' • - . 4t 3/ 

NTION Backhoe digging and 

. ptlC tanks drains i 
kinds Di>n M> ■ . 
Independence Ky. Ph one FJ h* 



FURNITURE — Antique reproduction and 
modern furniture m cedar and cherry. 
Custcm cabinet makers; modern and 
antique refmishmg. Franom Wood; 
».ik Shop, Verona, Ky , R-1. tf 



ATTENTION DAIRYMEN — Breed your 
cows to the best selected sires through 
your Bocne County Artificial Breeding 

. Co-op. For service, call Technician 
BenJ5il«ry, DU 4-3244 (if no answer, 
DU~4-3184). In Kenton county, call 
FLeetwood 7-8001. tt-27 



BREED YOUR COWS, with N.K.P.S S — 
Associated with American Breeders 
Service Kentucky's first and only oil 
proven sire service. Jersey, Holstein, 
Guernsey, Brown Swiss, Block Angus 
and Milking Shorthorn $6.00 breed 
ing fee For service, coll Robert 
Jockson, FLeetwood 7-6681 tf-l 



WATCH REPAIRING — Free estimates, 
most watches, cleaning, oiling, ond 
regulating, $4.50 Huber's Jewelry, 
Wolton and Erlonger Stores. Phone 
Walton 180 tf-l 



W&& Efcpedrduj (jca/ on 
JOHN DEERE DAY 

njmmb&ij tk& Dot e/ ' 

January 23rd 




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10 A. M. 



Hellman Implement Co. 

LLL Highway — Route 17 

Phone Fleetwood 7-6031 
INDEPENDENCE -:- KENTUCKY 




btote Bank Nn 73 763 



DIXIE STATE BANK 



Report of condition of Dixie Stat* Bank, of Wolton, 
Kentucky, at the close of business on December 
AS$ETS 

Cosh, bolg ncrs with other honks, including reset ■ 



in the State 
31, 19S$ 



balances, and cash items in process of collect ■ $605 786 77 

Unit, ii States Govemmi nt obligations, direct ond guaranteed 957 766 88 
Other bonds, notes, '50 000.00 

Toons ancTdtscounts TTncTudThg $46 U° oVeTaTdTfsT ~'"%:r5 - ?<"t"Oo— 

Bank premises owned $7,000 00 furniture 

and fixtures $3,905 84 
Other os ,. I 
TOTAL ASSETS 



LIABILITIES 

Demand deposits of individuals partnerships 

and corporations $l 

Time deposits of individuals, partnerships, ond corporati > 
Deposits "of United States Government (including 

postal savings 



! 905 84 

456 09 

$2,26.; 156 64 

r 



Deposits, ct States ond r*-.littcal sul iivisions 
TOTAL DEPOSITS 
Other liabilities 
TOTAL LIABILITIES 



$2,062,62! 04 



589 166 14 
276 241 02 

3 743 47 
193 47041 



$2,065,121 04 



Copital* 
Surplus 

Undivided profits 
TOTAL CAPITAL 



CAPITAL ACCOUNTS 



50 000 00 
100 000 00 

45 035 60 

195 035 60 

$2 260 156 64 



ACCOUNTS 
TOTAL LIABILITIES AND CAPITAL ACCOUNTS 

'This bank's- capital consists of 500 shores common stock with t itol par 
value of $50,000 00 

MEMORANDA " "~*~ 

Assets pledged or assigned to secure liabilities *'* 

and for other purposes $275,000 00 

I, James W. Spencer, Cashier of the obove-named bank, do solemnly swear 
that the above statement is true, ond that i't fully and correctly represents 
the true state of the several matters herein contained ond set forth, to the 
best of my knowledge ond belief. JAMES W SPENC5F, Cashier 

Correct — Attest Walter D Vest, A H Gaines, C D Benson, Directors 
State of Kentucky, County of Boone, ss: 

Sworn to ond subscribed before me this 10th doy of January, 1956, and 
I hereby certify that I am not on officer or director of this bank. 

FAY CONNER, Notary Public 
My commission expires April 1 1, 1959, 



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VERONA BANK 



Report of condition of Verono Bonk, of Verona, in the Stat* of i 

Kentucky, ot the close of business on December 31 1955 
AS$ITS 

Cosh, bolonci witl • ...>.. 

$T4 

. . 

Othi r bonds, nol 
•t:->crnv-and- rhv- - Ni . . 



Bank ; - wned $500 00, I 5. 

tl • : 

TOTAL ASSETS 

LIABILITIES 

Demand deposit- I lividu 

• ( rpo*ot ■ . ■ 403 84 

... ..... _ . 

Deposits of Un • | • ■ j 4 . 

Deposits of Stotes ana 1 political sul ■ 60 4 ■ ' • 

TOTAL DEPOSITS $507 >6 1 47 

TOTAL LIABIUTI! 

CAPITAL ACCOUNTS 

• ' 
us 

hit) 

TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS 



$507 •• 4 



S - 

50 000 00' 
4,564 03 

TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS AND CAPITAL ACCOUNTS $587 ■ 

'This (>onk s capital CO* I i 1,000 shares common si k with' M 
po> value ol $25.000 00 

MEMORANDA 
• .fged or i: liabilil 

ther purposes $75 000 00 

I. G C Ransom, Vice President Ond Cashier of the ot>ove nam. 

• mnly swear that the aboye statement is true, ond thot it fully- ond 
' 'r.ctly represents the true state f the several matters herein cor.' 
ond set forth, to the best of my knowledge ond belief. 
Correct -Attest G C RANSOM 

Manford Croft, Fred H Hamilton, W B Ambrose, 
W B McCermick, W T Rcnaker, and T J. CaCr, Directors 
State of Kentucky, County of Boone, -ss 

Sworn to and subscribed before me this 9th day of January, 1956, and 
I hereby certify that I am not on officer or director of this bank 

BLANCHE C RANSOM, Notary Public 
My commission expires November 23, 1958 



nCXXXXXXXXXXXDCxOOCOCXOO 



BANK OF INDEPENDENCE 

Independence, Kentucky 

Report of Condition at Close of Business Dec. 30, 1955 



Ccih 

U. S. Bond Account 



$ 



State and County Bonds 
Loans and Discounts ... 

Banking House 

Furniture and Fixtures . 
Other Assets 



749,429.83 

689,248.13 

94,836.00 

761,14*1.76 

7,500.00 

2,000 00 

659.77 



Total Assets $2,304,815.49 



Demand Deposits $1,511,908.33 

Savings Deposits 562,785.80 

Time Deposits 6,250 00 

Total Deposits $2,080,944.13 

Certified and Cashiers Checks 698 00 

Capital Stock 50,000.00 

Surplus 1 00,000 00 

Undivided Profits ond Reserves 61,673.36 

Reserve for Taxes 8,000.00 

Dividends Payable Jon. 1, 1956 3,500.00 

Total Liabilities $2,304,815.49 



OCOCOOOCxDCOOOCxOOOC^ 

CONDENSED STATEMENT OF 

PEOPLES DEPOSIT BANK 

BURLINGTON, KY. 

At the close of business December 30, 1955 



Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation 



OFFICERS 

Raymond Giles - President 

Allie Allnutt Vice President 

C. M. Northcutt '..: - - Cashier 

Joan Strouse - Bookkeeper 

Edith Bach - Bookkeeper 

Nino Crutcher Bookkeeper 

John L. Vest Chairman of Board 



DIRECTORS 
'Allie Allnutt John H. Klette 

A. C. Bird C. M. Northcutt 

H. G. Bridges Russell R. Rector 



Raymond Giles 
John 



Vest 



John W. Shaw 



§ fX X X X>CxOCOCXXXX)CXX)CxC 



Resources: 

Loans and Mortgages $1,287,498 05 

U S: G o v e rnme nt Bonds 1,057,890 63 

Federal Land Bank Bonds , 99 484 38 

Municipal Bonds '. 90,000 00 

Overdrafts 22.04 

Banking House and Lot 4,000.00 

Furniture and Fixtures 1 00 

Cosh and Due from Banks 983,092 95 



Liabilities: 

Capitol Stock 



$ 50.000 00 



Surplus 250.000 00 

Undivided Profits 128,270 42 

Deposits 3,093,718 63 



$3,521,989.05 

Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation 
4% semi-annual dividends paid to stockholders 
June 30 ond December 30, plus 4% extra Dec. 30. 

A. B. RENAKER, President 

C. L. CROPPER, Vice President 

Bookkeepers: ' M.ory Lou Loomis, Mory Lou Dringenburg 

FIFTY YEARS OF BANKING SERVICE— 1905- 1955 

DIRECTORS <3& 

C F. Blankenbeker, C. L. Cropper, G. S. Kelly, F. L McGlasson, S B. Nunnelry, A B Renoker, Edword Roger 
5<30CK>DCKX>OG<>OCKX)OC^ 



$3,521,989 05 
2% interest paid on Time ond Savings Deposit's 
We pay the State tax on all deposits' 
Safe Deposit Boxes for Rent 
G. S. KELLY,. Coshier 
LUCILE C. STEPHENS, Assistant Cosh.er 



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WALTON ADVERTISER, WALTON, KENTUCKY 



Wilmington W.M.S. 






Mrn Blanche Hankr-r touqht the 
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Wmbty M r ,cv nty ux cards wprc sent, 
\ m'.Ms, and 71 phone call', wew 
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H et wen Mr ■, Add Sncgal and 

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Thr. Soil Conservation Servict Is moli 

ii , a • i! tvt>c mop ol Hi ndi i ■ 

■ f the 9,000 tr, i . set by Larry 
Warfi, Id ond son in Whitli y 

19 . in now over Ix feel high 



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AUCTION 



Owing to the death of my husband, C. L. Hamilton, I will 
sell at auction my Stock and Tools on 

Thursday, Jan 26 

Paxton Road r near Parkers Grove Road, 

2 Miles South of Fiskburg, Ky. Look (or the 

Auction Sign South of Fiskburg, on LLL 

BEGINNING AT 1 1 00 A. M. 

8 head of dairy cows, Jerseys and Guernseys, some calves 
just sold, some ready to be fresh; 20 head of good sheep, 
some with lambs by side; one good work horse; one mule, 
wagon, hay and box bed, mowing machine, good as new; 
disc harrow; corn drill, land plow, hillside plow; scalding 
pans, log chain; dehorncrs, other hand farm tools, and 
many other items not mentioned. 



By ■ * 

HARRY F. JOHNSON 

PHONE: FLEETWOOD 7-2767 

MRS. ZETTA HAMILTON, OWNER 

Also farm of 93 acres, to be sold privately- 
come out, look it over any time. 



A & D ELECTRI 



WIRING OF ALL KINDS - 

CARL ALEXANDER & TONY DEMPSEY 

WALTON, KY. - PHONE 273 




Page Seven 



MAYMCfcronl/IIO 



and your old washer 

$1.25 a week 




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Checking 

Saving* 

Loans 

Safe Deposit 

Money Orders 



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ONE-STOP SERVICE 

Where you can take care of all your money 
matters quickly and economically under 

ONE ROOF1 



Dixie State Bank 



WALTON, KENTUCKY 



Member F. D. I. C. 



Deposits Insured Up to $10,000.00 




THE MAYTAG MASTER, 
finest M«ytafr ever! Huge, 
square hluminutn tut, Iiiim ei- 
tra-uu-f<e CAfutcily. 




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THE MAYTAG COM- / • I 

MANDER, with large, J 

square |iorr.-l;, m till. 0/ 

Fast, efficient (iyra- • 



tonm action. 



Now you can have a Maytag of 
your own— for little more than 
you'd pay for the lowest-priced 
washer on the market! Easy 
monthly terms . . . liberal trade- 
in allowance. 

Why wait any longer to enjoy 
the easier-washing advantages of 
a Maytag? Come in today for a 
demonstration. 



HAGEDORN 



854 Dixie Highway Erlanger, Ky. 



| VERONA 



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Qii •■ few 
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New • h Soturiloy evening 

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gifti 

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her I with o broken 

onkli- Wi ' pe.lof her speedy recovery 
J I (Ion mi ted hn doughtei Mr 

ond Mrs M. ion A ( ioms ond scti Rolpli 
Son.! . 
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until Sunday <»'•" his ounl Mr on,j Mrs. 
Q P Swonn of Covington 

Mrs Li ■"'•■ <•"'• ' 

with o liirthdoy dinner Sunday ot the 
. ol hrr si n Mr ond Mrs Iro Mar 

ns Those present fur thr occasion were 

- Mr ond Mrs Alfrrii Kempei unit tw 

■.,.1 . Mr i:n,i Mr . Kosmi nd Stephen 

Mi nd Mrs Jo< 
ond children Ellison, ond Dovid 

" > ' Mr unci Me, Iro Horrr. i uld 

not_ I . ' os lhe> went I ■ •■ fheil 

little daughter who still remains 111 thi- 
li. S| itol All left wishing Mrs Horns 
many mori I irthdpys 

Boone County Births 

I-. . I Jeoni ttq Wgjton 

girl, Dion* lone, -14 

Christ* Harold ond Emma, Burlington, 
girl, Tmo Sur, Novenr\b«l 25. 

,i.ii 1u j. in ond Cecelia, Burlington, 
boy, Jerry Lowrence December 31. 

Harris Vernon on.f Pouline Florence, 
Imv Randy Lei Deo mbet 10 

It u,i« n i ,. . i )• .m. I Matiom, Burling 
ton. girl. Lee Ann Decembei 14 

King, Jomes and MatQOrie, Burlington, 
boy, Anthony nber 14 

McCormiCK, Irvm and Nelson, Con- 
stance girl, Morilyn Jo, November 20. 

M. Million. Waited and Blanche, Wal 
ton, girl, Pamela Sue, December II 

Martin. Jiubfrt and Juona, Florence, 
boy, Arthur Owen, December 15 

Miner, James and Susan, Florence, 
girl, Jane Frances, December 9. 

Poston, Nelson ond' Mary, Burlington, 
boy, Dwight Thomas, November 277 





YOU'RE MONEY AHEAD WHEN YOU BUY NOW! 



This is the time of your life to own the car of your life! 
Get the fun and pleasure of owning a luxurious KING-SIZE DODGE 
CORONET through the winter months without paying a penny morel 



•.»•«. 



IWhy wail till Spring? 
Your Dodge Coronet 
will command the same 
high resale value in years 
to come, whether you buy 
right now or wait till. 
Spring. So it doesn't cost 
you a dime more to own 
and enjoy this big, beauti- 
ful car during January, 
February, March and April. 
They're bonus months. 



The buy of your life 



right now! This 



2 

Mm King-Size Dodge 
CORONET puts you money 
ahead in bigness, style and 
features. It gives you more 
length and luxury than any 
car near its price. Your 
present car may never 
bring such a high trade-in 
as it will right now on a new 
'56 Dochre. 



3 SOMETHING BIG 
HAPPENED IN THE 
LOW PRICE FIELD! 

This full-size, full-styled, 
full-powered 1956 Dodge 
Coronet is priced down with 
the small cars. And it brings 
you the "Magic Touch" of 
Dodge push-button driv- 
ing: Surest, safest, easiest 
way to drive you've ever 
known! Don't delay! 



New '56 

DODGE 



"^J^-=> Value Leader of tho Forward Look 






Dodge Dealers present Danny Thomas in "Make Room for Daddy," Bert Parks in "Break the Bank." The Lawrence Welk Show-air on ABC-TV 

PETTIT MOTORS 



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Main Street 



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Independence, Ky. 



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FREE! 

Big Prizes to be Given Away 
SATURDAY . . 8:00 P.M. 

I DINETTE SET • 2, IRON - 3, TOASTER • 4, COFFEE 
MAKER • 5, SKILLET - 6, FRYER - 7, MIXER. 




CRITTENDEN 



SimpK ' I m a FREE TICKET each time you 









NO OBLIGATION! 

SHOE 

BARGAINS 
for all the 

FAMILY! 



NOTHING TO BUY' 



lor New.— FL 7-3432 

V • • ,:Tip Hungry, made 

his mi i lu fy Brumboch a . phi ■■ n\ ol 
I puppy lost »oi'k Thot 
! • kled is rutting it mil.1l> 

Brumboc h Si ' Cleveland; 

tor to Cincinnati 

k v tic | . i't W i k 

epd 

Vj, or , glfl • i report the sick ore 
all much b< ttei at this writing 

q u ,( « A rm t it tl ' wer on 

Sunday night ond I ! mowing this 

v | mi rnin , 

Ev< ryone is talking pro and 
tlu propi sed new race track near Nich 
We will have m ut this 

arguments are all in. 
,v y i i bells will ring soon tor two 
couple in the vicinity of the 1 wi i 
hur< ll w< ddin ;• Mi ir< later. 



irams will be on a commodity 
in Clark counts tobacco, soils 
and cops sh< p beJ cattle, dairying, 
lineering. 



Mrs Edward Glea <■ oi Bi idgi ti wn 
,p, nt severol days la it wee\> 'with 
her mother Mis LvJu Doud 

v, V\ i ndi II Bi It * and twi i i hildten 
of Mt \ rnon Ky hovi been \ 
Ml md Mrs Man. n Bi l< * thi 
« 1 1 L 

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. i' ; wly 'a' 

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f Morning View i 

i St F|i/m . ital 

. ... , • unday with 

I Mrs. Som 
1 , in 1 1, nry, who I • ' 

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Let's look at the facts 



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I f or toba , «i in 

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The best place for your family to live ... is in 
your own home . . . bought and paid for. 

BUT — —One out of every Six homeowners die 
-* Before paying off the mortgage. 

The Mortgage protects the Bank against the 
loss of its money . . . The Mortgage Policy pro 
tccts You and Your Family against the loss of 
your home . . . Get the details on this low cost 
protection from 

Dan J. Roberts 

24 North Main St., Walton, Ky. Phone 663 



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■ Men's Engineer 
I BOOTS £ 6 8.99 u 



w At „ imtiitT « » »•>•>••••*>< 

Announcing Plymouth's '150,000 
Lucky Motor Number Sweepstakes 




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PRIZES 



..■.^.. h ..v:. , :»y.". N — i.'.'^v-.'.Ma^" 

F™rEwrHA¥^ 

you'll find the solution under the picture! 



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World's easiest contest-just go to any Plymouth dealer 

and register the motor number of your 1950 or newer model car 

(any make). That's all. Nothing to buy or guess or solve. 



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You say you'it disappointed 
'cause your job didn't turn out nice? 
Well, prob'Iy you didn't stir enough 
so you'll haveiago over it twice! 



Note: This boy is a square! He should have 
sold the lady Jelled Magic. It's homogenized 
. . . doesn't need any stirring at* all . . . gives a 
one-coat job every time! Ask to see Jelled Magic 
at 

Conrad Hardware 

Wilton, Kentucky 



It's our chance to celebrate our 
record-breaking sales— and to make even 
more friend*. It's your chance to win up 
to $50,000 in cash -a thrilling around- 
the-world trip for two, plus $5,000 - or 
any one of 7H3 other big cash prizes. 
And it's so easy to win : You merely 
bring proof of ownership-fur your 1950 
or newer model car — to any Plymouth 
dealer, and copy your motor number 
onto the FRF.E entry blank. See rules. 

Sweepstakes opens January 17— 
hurry in and enter now! 



That's all there it to it! There'a no 
obligation-nothing whatever to buy or 
solve or rhyme. (Sure, we hope you'll 
look over the new jet-age Plymouth . . . 
biggest car of the low-price three . . . 
only low price car With Ftrsh Button 



Driving. And we hope you'll ask about 
Plymouth's red hot deals. I 

Don't miss this chance «t $50,000 or 
that exciting world trip for two. Hurry 
in to vuur dealer'- now. i mi may have 
a lurky m-'t'ir immbai ! 




WM0UTH 




OFFICIAL SWIIPJTAKIS BUllS 

*v" , of I hrv»l-r < or,,., if ■W*«2P32ffir?* 
K«ml.«i H. Donnelley luc V ; and Plymouth dealer.. 

2. Nothing to buy « anlve. T»k^M'f■'™; ^ i': 
or «H.r number, nwke and model year on the entry 

i— — eeeeeeeeee 



blank Then ninn your MUM, addreea and tehtphona 
number, an. I hav.- your entry aiiin^l or otherwiaa vnli 
dated hv m I'lymouth dealer or aab-anian. I'l.u-e entry 
in the oontaet rntrv !*>«• 

3 WinniTK will b« hIm Ud by Tin Reuben II. I ronnallay 
C,, n , i.v blindfold dmrinf, l»t priau winner will !*• 
eaiecled Aral 2nd pri/.a winner, aacoQa, etc., in itut- 
rmnvc drawing! Decuriona of ludjae'Bnal, 

4 All entriea become tbe property of I'lymouth Divi- 
aion of Chryaler Corporation and none will !■<■ relumed 
I'lymouth and lU advertiairiic arenriea will not enter 



inlo imv oorTaapondanc* with any OOntantant, riif.pl 
winner*. 

, i lontaert opena ;it bajrinnjnfl rjf tl— tar'a buejnaaa. day, 
January !'■ ''* '' ' ntriaa rnual !"■ placed In entry la»i 
before doaa of doajar 1 ! bunnem diiv, Man h 10, IMMi. 
r> Winnera will be Notified by toail by May 10, 1116/1. 
Namea and nil.lri-KMea of wililiivn will ba | •• a.lf-«l al 

Plymouth deader*. Prtaea awanb-d at Detroit, Midi 
7 Sw-ond (iri«* arlnner inuat oeen|d*tt areuad tbe- world 
trip within two wee ka, by0ctobef -II. IBM Icital r<iet 
of trip for two not tu ijiml $.'«,(MIO 
H. ( 'nnt-eat aubjwt to Fatleral, Htate & Ixical reKulatione 



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WALTON ADVERTISER, WALTON, KENTUCKY 



Page Nine 



Business Review Page 



Your Friendly Ford Cor and Truck 
Drolrr Guarontred Uwd Cort Bought, 
Sold ond Traded— Sec Ut Before You 
Bu« 3rd and Modnon, Covington, Ky 
Hlmlock 1 6969 

km »i 
in new 
ond u truck 

I > • |l Ititim ti 

utl >,', n tl i value i't con \ 



HICKS FORD 



nrl trucl rtd if you of< think i 

., Ihnfj y> ur t.ir i it trading it ,in, you 
pproiTSHbefore mal< 
ing o di -I 

!l„ v II, i u',id cai tf I "'-I!' c* 'wn 
. i " nmoinde' can be or 
, m nthly im>mi r\l rhl 
t- | time I nd moke th< 

• ■■ ii thai il (johI for it 
in in thi . I u i 
vn a in lin i tn. ] ...in otti 'ill I • 
I i| in Covir>yli n 



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VISALIA 



COMMUNITY BANK 



Compl. ft Friendly Banking Service; 
Member F D I.C , Pergonal ond Real 
[ttotc Loant M Dim- Highway in 
Erlongcr, Ky Dine I 5832 

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TERM FINANCE COMPANY 



Co»h Loant tor Fvcry Worthy Pursote 
Auto, Pergonal Houtehold. One Day 

Service 2nd Floor of Wetlcy Building. 

Wiiliomiii.n Ky Phone 4 7161 

I friend 

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for ev • olwayv hove thi " 



. hand thai 1* n 

,i Ii ion as -luickly os 
' ■ . rral pfom 

. i ■• •■ •. • the (.line i 

.it rtv t h on For 
that 

I I . im I i 
mpany i/i Williams! wi or Car 
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Mr • '.'- I ■ m Mnrtin ond i Inld 

ren wei • Monday Of the home 

oj Mi and Mis Elfh HoneycuH ond 

r hildri ii 'I KIl in f- 

Mi Bl '• ■•■ 

' il 1 im, . tl frnm 

Irii nd *'.iiiii ehei i h( r up M' '•' 
M . t rmi ' Bett\ 1 1 . • n f Visalio 
• • • 

f i m M mm ic.v\ H flie Broody and 

v'l rrj ii ...... BlUCi' 

ichmtzler, and from Visalia Mr. Star- 
ling t ti ii Ii y :.' . -tanley 

Budd e, ond Sunny Ford 

A deor friend and once a neighbor ot 

Visolio, passed away Wednesday nigh 

h( WHO Mrs Emma Caldwell, w I 
Feli> ( ildwi II, ii ■ ■• ■• . i . I Margoret 

he Mrs 

I dith Coli ' ' incinnoti, and a brol I 
I ; • ■ ■ ■ t>Ar\ (_ald 
. •• • veral 

mi nth Shi mode her I ■ 3730 

nanf -A Kei ,Ms 

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Mi and Mr J i went 

with Mi ■ • '.'■ . i r .. I . ■ ■ 
ilny Might s 



ARNOLD PONTIAC COMPANY 



Mr and Mr ! t ■ I ttil 

I t Mi ond Mi 
family, A card party v 
• ■ ■ , * ■ 
Id dou.ji t i I Vi and 
Id; and a student in the 
Visolia school I. r returned hom< tram 
t I ./■ Hi H i ital ond is recuperet 
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to Mr ond Mrs Gee 
• ' ■ : ■ the proud 

-. | ightt'i 

■t . it Red- 

•■ ■ ■-. •■ ■ ".' '.'• Kino 
•■ 

• ■ rother of Mi's G 

' '* broken hei is f ndo> 
* injured n his way 
h mi t' ■• worl Hi is a -patient in 
Hcspil 'inati 

Hai ; . ■ •• • Mr yond Mrs, Rob- 

ert Ri dm n who t* ti/ ci let. rate this 
Mr- Alfce Budkl 

■ homi recently 

"'■ t Elizobeth H ; ■ : : md is much 

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(mmrtt J Bud Arnold. Pontioc Sole* 
Service and Parti, Good. Clean Uted 
Can North Moin $t , Williomttown, 
Ky Phone 4 8921 

knowi 

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( and D Television Sales and Service 



Admirol Philco, Stromberg - Cortton 
Tclevition Sole%, Service ond Port*. Wt 
In, toll OuttioV Antennas 300 Dili* 
Highway.* Erlonger. Ky. Dine 1-6354 

A ' ■•• *' I'nng on 

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most i 
•• . , .-in eomph t. m this 

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|| rs in their fl 

The C & D Ti Ii vision joIcs & 
.i coll ond will be plea 
sh m you their various types i * lot< 
... H • mony fine 

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fim has ' • • nencr 

-») this is your 

ncr of sotisfacti i> service 

Visit the C & D Television Sales ond 

. • thi m on your needs 



Gladys Bishop Convalescent Home 



We Invite Convoletcetit, Pott Opera- 
tive Elderly Men and Women; Diets 
Carefully Prepared; Registered Nurses 
on 24 hour Duty. 425 Garrord Streat, 
Covington, Ky. JUniper 1-9393. 

Hi r»| \ >u w'N find H large, 

clean imt itoble and with the tight 

I all times. Every want of 

tl patient is anticipated from the time 



of their arrival ond during theif stoy 
' . ri They hove o corps of well trained 
t intl to Gladys Bishop ond they 
■i nder a service thot cannot he equalled 
It is indeed o pleasure in this review t 
hrmg your attention to Gladys Bishop 
Convalescent Home ond say that we 
it is One of the finest, bttl 
manoged instituti I ' its Wind in this 
section of the stole 



Mr ond, Mrs Georgt Roberts wen 
reccnl , • .Mi and 

1,1 F is! J i f n ir Morning View 

TRY OUR "ADVERTISER ADS'' FIRST' 



AUCTION 

On account of ill health I will sell my Dairy Herd and Dairy Equipment at Auction 

On Route 42, about 2 Miles West of Beaver Lick, Boone County. 
Kentucky, near the Christian Church, on 

Saturday, Jan 




BEGINNING AT 12:30 P. M. 



COWS: 3 Holstein cows, 6 years old, fresh; 3 Holstein heifers, just fresh; 5 Jersey 
cows, fresh; 5 Holstein heifers, heavy springers; 2 Guernsey cows, fresh; 2 Holstein 
heifer calves, weaned. All cows are giving a large Wow of milk; some with calves by 
side; all TB and Bangs tested. 

EQUIPMENT, HAY: Milk cooler, Westinghouse, almost new; wash vat; electric 
hot water heater; stainless milk bucket; 2 new cover-top buckets; 8 ten-gallon milk 
cans, some new; 400 or 500 bales of good mixed hay. 

Bob Slayback 

Owner - Phone Walton 276 

Sale Conducted By 

Harry F. Johnson 







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Real Estate and Auction Co. 



Phone FL 7-2767 



SERVICE ON ALL MAKES 

Radio & Television - Refrigeration - Water Pumps 
Electric Wiring. We Repair. Picture Tubes. 

NICHOLSON SALES AND SERVICE 

Harry Osterbrook, Owner Phone FLeetwood 7-4122 

New Low Prices On G. E. Appliances 

G. E. Automatic Washers -— _^\ $189.00 

G. E. Dryers $148.00 

G. E. Electric Ranges $209.00 

G. E. Refrigerators $198.00 

G. E. Water Heaters $ 99.95 

Also a few 1955 Refrigerators Up to 30% Off 

—EASY TFRMS- 

R. W. Gross Appliances 

Phone: FLeetwood 7-6631 Independence, Ky. 



ERLANCER 



SALES 



NORTHERN KENTUCKY'S NEWEST AND MOST BEAUTIFUL USED CAR LOT— 

* 

MA 4V * Clean, New Car Trade-ins at Low Prices CA P^rc 
1/dlS . SEE FOR YOURSELF - wll OdIO 

NOW OPEN! 



54 



Chevrolets 

Fords 

Plymouths 

Pontiacs 

Mercurys 

Dodges 



795 



and 
up 



52 



Plymouths 

Dodges 

Fords 

Chevrolets 

Pontiacs 



395 



and 
up 



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Fords 

Chevrolets 

Studebakers 

Plymouths 

Dodges 



595 



and 

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49-51 



Chevrolets 

Fords 

Plymouths 




50 CAR SELECTION 



Lou "Boots" Froelicher 

manager 
Open 9 a. m. -£ p. m. 



6400 Dixie Highway 




Corner Of 
Dixie and Kentaboo 
- Dixie 1-7850* 



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WALTON ADVERTISER, WALTON, KENTUCKY 







Claused Advertising Rate: 25 cent) 
ad for 25 words, or lest; over 
25 words, 1 cent par word. 
All ads cash in advance. 



FOR SALE - 



FO^ SALE — 13- Hereford cows and two 
Hereford male.5 16 months old, Jersey 
cow, Guernsey cow. James B Elliston, 
Verona, Ks ' 4t-l* 



FOR SA\E — Baled hoy (mixed, alfalfa, 
soybean'. Ray C ■ v ff*t» Rood. 
Phone FL 7-2580.- 4t-51* 



FOR SALE— Alfalfa and mixed hay, bol 
• v Coretfa ■ • 
Pood neat L S,N Railroad bridge, 

4t 3 ' 



FOR SALE — 8-ft moot box, almost new 
also electric sheer, scales show coses 
counters Burroughs adding machine. 
Laura G Connelly, Glcnc <e K\ 2t-3 

FOR SALE — 1948 Oldsmobile, heater, 
radio, hydromatic, white sidewaljs 
priced at $?50. Coll Walt, n Jj 

V It- 3 



FOR SALE — 10 acre farm, .6 acre to 
bacco base, fruit trees, strawberries 
3 rooms and kitchenette, full Kim 
merit and furnace, cistern and pond 
Sec Melvin Jones, phone Walton 1602 
or Clifford Chance. phone Walton 
1092. 2t-2* 






FOR SALE — New Idea Tractor Spreader 
No. 41A Clinton Geek, Phone VVal 
ion 140 2t-: 



FOR SALE — 5-room house in \A 

vacant, 16 Edwards Ave bath and 
enclosed rear porch I floor 

2 small rooms on 2nd front . 
2-cor garage • >* ' built- 

in kitchen and bath eofm 



FOR SALE — 1947 International Pickup 
Truck with over load springs, good 
rubber in good condition. 2 fres'i 
Holstein heifers or 1 fresh Holifeinl 
( w AmolJ Alford Jr., Verona Ky. FOR SALE 
Phcne Walton 585. 2t-2 



FOR SALE— Alfalfa hoy, $28 00 and 
$38 00 per ton, delivered. Fleetwood 
7-2586 Russell Rector 4t-2* 



1956 WINTER 






ADDITIONAL WANT ADS 

(Continued on Page 6) 



Baled alfalfa or mixed hay 
also straw Frank Jackson, Moftett Rd 
FLeetwood 75846. 4t-2' 



block from U S 25 I i 
ment. HE 1-5330 or D 
reverse phone charges 

FOR SALE — Registered Aberdeen B'ack 
Angus bull 20 months old 
Queens Evader H H 'Jom Block 
cess C 1 5 cheap Coll Eugei 
FLeetwood 7-24,30- . tl 

FOR SALE— Used Adding Machine $35 
George Finnell Jr. Fleetwood 7-7198- 

2t,2 



R,1 lS ; cm, r Rfi I ordsi n and Turkev 
• • Rood k, nti n county. 2t-2* 



room house in 4 apart 

baths, Venetian blind 

can also I • r one familv house 

•s in heart of Walton; 

rvee '2 -acre ground; poultry 

dun. and garden; lots .^R SALE- CU. ft. upright 

• • : • ?u. to bad health this place 
is r • 74 South Mam St., 



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3' yeoi I 

FLeetwood 7 6831 



$250 



Phone 
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Th,- worst winter day we hove hod wow arid slick 

roods no ' ."'.'■ ttei We hod n vi ral in 

ha "s on,) repairing ihi I »s Mr 

ond Mrs' Thon iuord n up in spite I •• 

., •• , , and b xjght a New Moytag Washer, a p 
loundrv tub and ' wotet heotei 

Arnold b kj ol Revert I is st.-rl 

...... * ■ • i • .. • but 

I , g ' ' om - ng I'll' asi Wi 

a brst tin r. I ha I some foil Iron 

yer m I I by, thev, . • I I 

won wot I tei lolvonued buckets, butel 

and 

Chick ,' ksmil 

.... „ . • • . is we hove i 

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.. . Presto Elect 

, i sI.m k so she K»>k it ■ 






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d. liven d electrii .< I ler I Ralph opul l» , wi "' 

t Whites Tower I *rvio 

. , , washer then I i I I 

then I 
. ,i h< ati r. Wei 
putting in new bii ' ■ . helvi 

Hod ■ ■ I 

Brew tii l- v. Panning ton, Uu> k.m. and Al 
Weothei wos bad ond not too many ' wn 

Mr Pri .. i i ■", «rr lor o quort • ' ' '•' 
• tin v wont,. 1 to try it .Qt tl 

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• r (he mtidi <-• han Jelled Mag ' ' 

■ wall finish. Boh 

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FOR SALE --Of C, Sow; six 3 -month-old 

no or all J. Sloan, 7-10 mile 

rt Dixie highway on Maher Road. 

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ABSOLUTE 

AUCTION 

Friday, Jan. 27 



FOR SALE — -O I. C male hog, also sow 
with g '" J P '"> saddle and 

W. R. Sallec, 
Green. Rood, Walton Ky , Route 1 

1 1 3 * 



FOR -SALE — Cedar chest, made to order 
. . Bernice Wittv 2t-3" 



FOR SALE — Second cutting alfalfa hoy 

Ruth C Baker Phone Walton 1882 

V 2t 2 



FOR SALE — Hov put up without an<, 
rain; Straw and two cans Lard. Eli 
Russ&ll Phone Fleetwood 7-5306 

4t-2- 



FOR SALE — Alfalfa, lespedeza and red 
clover hay, 50c per bole. Harvey 
Hughes. Phone Glencoe 3386 2t-2* 



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BEGINNING AT 10:00 A. M. ■ 

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I have quit farming arid have listed with Col. Worthing- ■ 
ton to sell, on the above date, at my home on 

Route 18, 2 Miles West of Burlington, Ky. r i 
on Burlington Belleview Road; see sign j 

My entire herd, consisting of Guernseys and Holsteins — ■ 

35 head, described as follows: 18 milk cows, age ranging j 

from 3 to 7 years; 17 head of heifers, ranging from 3 ■ 

months to 2 years old — this herd has not been tested but [ 

has been vaccinated for life. Several of these cows are ■ 

fresh, and some are do' <*-up springers. This is a real nice ■ 

herd of cattle; if interested in some good cows, come, look ■ 

them over before sale. ■ 

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Also milking machine, magnetic DeLaval, 2 single units, I 

in perfect condition, enough pipe for 28 cows; 10 ten-gal- ■ 

Ion milk cans; tobacco press. 

ERNEST BANKS, OWNER | 

Col. A. F. Worthinglon I 

AUCTIONEER— PHONE WALTON 671 
RETHA BERRY, CLERK 



FOR SALE— Bated' Oats an» - Koreon 
Clover Hoy. also 2 white foce heifers 
to be fresh in spring Fleetwood 

7-7205. 2t-2* 

FOR SALE — Cub Tractor, all attach- 
mints. Coree Brmkley, Whites 

Tower Fleetwood 7-5998 • 2t 2* 



HAY FOR SALE— Good alfalfa 539 00- 
ton; also some mixed hay $25 00 
A Franz Green Rood Flei I 
7 237/, " 2* 



FOR SALE — Corn and straw. Telephone 
FLeetwood 7-2807. 4t-5t* 



FOR SALE — 18 purebred Hampshire 
shoots, weigh about 80 lbs. each Joe 
Ryon Phone Walton 1395 - 2t-3 



FOR SALE — Three 8-weeks-old Poland 
China pigs, pure -stock, $10 00 each. 
Russell Rector, FL 7-2586. 2t-2* 

FOR SALE — 2 single unit International 
milkers, $20 00 eoch FLeetwood 
7-2535 2t-3* 



FOR SALE — Dressed beeves, by quarter 
or whole. Phone FLeetwood 7-5969 
- Ira Stephenson. 2t-3 



FOR SALE — 1942 Chevrolet 1 '/2-ton 
truck, cattle racks, $150 00 David 
Houston, Route 2, Walton. lt-3* 



FOR SALE — 40-ocre farm, 6-room house, 
tobacco base, or trade for smaller 
form Marian M. Evans, Stephenson 
Mill Rood, Walton. 3t-3* 



FOR SALE — Fine alfalfa hay, first, sec- 
ond and third cutting, no rain on it, 
priced reasonably Coll FL 7-7306, 
"ofter 4; 00 p. m. Mrs. Geo Folmer, 
Mills Road. 2t " 3 



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wiring moteria ' ' tl - ' f weotl 

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FOR SALE — Utility trailer, in good con 
dition, Norge electric range, cheap 
FLeetwood 7 2978. 2t-3" 



FOR RENT - 



BETTER CALVES of less cost with the RITA BEAUT> hop .a . f, ,„ •_,, 



Southern Stotcs calf-raising program 
New energiied co^-moker ond calf 
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on every calf. Lipscomb Form Supply, 1 PI FWetwoad 7- 3351 Rita M. 

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FOR RENT — 3 room apartment with 
both private entrance Edno Combs, 
78 S Mam St , Wolton 2t-2* 



FOR RENT — Furnished apartment, 3 
rooms, both Call Walton 32 or 16 

ft 



FOR RENT — 3 rooms and bath, hot and 
cold woter 57 So. Mam St , Walton, 
Ky. 2t-2« 



FOR RENT— 3 room unfurnished apart 
ment and both, utilities furnished $55 
month, first floor. Robert Corty, on 
Walton-Nichclson pike. Fleetwood 
7-2846. . ' 2, -2* 



FOR RENT — Walton Autotcl has two 
large Troiler stations with conveni- 
ences ond low rates, city woter. Lo- 
cated in South Wolton. 4t-2* 



FOR RENT — Walton Autotel has two 
large trailer spaces with conveniences 
ond low rates; city water. Located in 
South Wolton. 4t-3* 



FOR RENT — Two-room apartment with 
bath, ground floor, heat and wate. 
furnished. See Mr Huston at 44 So. 
Main, Walton, Ky Telephone Wal 
ton 1485. 2t-3* 



FOR RENT — 2 3 acres tobacco. Coll 
Waltorrcr71X after 4;30 p. m.f . R. 
Grohom, Richwood Road. ' 2t-3* 



FOR RENT — House; olso hay for sale. 
John W. Conrad, 67 High St., Wal- 
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WANTED — Would like to "rent a farm 
with tobaccp base, house; cash rent; 
near Walton. Roy Wilson, 47 High 
Street, Walton, Ky. 4t-3* 



WANTED — Man ond wife want to rent 

a farm on shores, with house. Coll 

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WANTED — To rent farm, tobacco and 
cows, on shades. John Vallandmgham, 
Crittenden, Ky. 2t-3* 



NOTICE 

FARMERS and POULTRYMEN 

If your hens are not laying, by all means start feeding 
them Southern States Super Layer Egg Mash, or if they 
are laying and you want to produce eggs 2 cents per 
dozen cheaper, the answer is still Super Layer, mash or 
crumbles. 

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'51 DODGE Wayfarer, radio and heater 

'53 DODGE 4-Door, radio and heater 

'50 OLDS "88," radio and heater 

'53 PLYM. Club Coupe '50 CHEVROLET 4-Door 

'49 DODGE Wayfarer '47 CHEVROLET 2 Door 

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Volume 41 - Number 4 



SCARLET FEVER CASES REACH A TOTAL OF 69 



Simon Kenton Defeats 
Boone County, 71-66 



Pioneers Remain 
Undefeated In NKAC 



',L#n<.r> Krnt..n l Pi 
ot 60-60 at the end > • . hon time 
ai I then locked on i 1 points ii H 
H ■• I minute Overtime I - " Boone 

• i \i 7! 66-fat PI '■■"• i Tues 
| |ht Tl ' NKAC gome 

foun.l ■ ten hitting 30' held gools 

ond II * ■ while Boon* < 

24 I nd 18 from the cl 

line . 

.1 fl paced the P •>• 
6th victory ii • . ■• ■ 

|i )l • NKAC 

»as leaaue game 1 . 

Mickey tried m m m i keep the 

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Dairy and Pasture 
Meeting Is Attended 
By Sixty-six Farmers 



Sixty ii» dairy formers attended the 
onnuol- Dairy-Pasture meet i n g at. th. 
C< urtty Courthouse, Burlington. 
January 23 .lylf Leonard held ogent 
in agronomy ond E C Scheidenhclm 
field ogont in dairying, both from the 
University of Kentucky tolked to the 
dairymen at* uf I n iucing better postures 
and more rmlV 

Mr I . ■• I that' farmers need 

lo know the ty|* soil on their farms in 
order to knew the I I m-jo it will pro- 

duce Alto tt>« ■, must kn w ttw fertil 

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Quarantine Expected 
To Be Lifted Sunday 



Maddox to Be On Radio 

Bobby Maddox, son of Mr. and Mrs 
Grant Maddox, Florence, ond an out- 
standing 4-H Club member in Boone 
county, will be heard on radio station 
WZIP, Saturday, January 28, at 12:05 
p. m He will tell of his accomplishments 
in 4-H Club work and how 4-H Club has 
helped him, his family, ond community. 

February I I , Bobby ond his parents 
will be guests of hpnor at the annual 
Form Awards luncheon in Louisville. 



Pictured above ore members of the 
Evangelism Committee who ore plonning 
an Evangelism Mission to be held at the 
Hopeful Lutheran Church, Florence, Ky , 
Februory 5-9. 

Rcodmg from left to right, first row: 
Raymond Beemon, proyer committee, 
Mrs Arthur Tanner, Jr , secretary; Chas. 



Tanner, lay choirmon; Miss Mary Tan- 
ner music committee, Joseph Drmgen- 
bu-g, lay visits committee. Second row: 
Jerry Rouse, publicity committee, Wil- 
I ' ', C Butt, host pastor; L. Thom'ds Utz, 
finance committee; Charles Rouse and 
M' Charles Rouse, hospitality commit 
t. . Arthur Tanner, J., telephone com- 
mittee 



Five New Cases, All 
Of Which Are Children 



MARSH STURGEON 

Marsh Sturgeon, a Kenton county 
farmer for many years, died early last 

pitdl Covington. He 

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fertilizer profit led out that 

■ H :•■<■■: • such as i lu 

With Utz orchord gra '• o"d most of 

20 i R t luring July an ' is1 wtth 

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• up o lea' • ' 43 entering the rate of 30 pounds P*-r oci 

f,r>ol period Howevei Elliotl his n good lond well .fetiliied 



• o" ,n O in me hnal p*-< 
give the Pioneer-, a 1/10 edge and a 
it 60 60 The winners jumped 
eod in* 'tl.- overtime ond 

held the losers to si- I« ints MlOtl n~t 
13 points • linol itii id and in the 
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4. Silvers - I "•• knei 18 Butter 1? 
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[• . .., unty Utz 9, Conner 26, 

| , • 12 C'.gler 1 1. and Noe 8 

' imni Kenton ■• night 

. t,. for thi Indcpt ndei • 
with o 4 2 '39 sir I 
Simon Kenton 74, Highlands 43 

I ,,, ... n Kenton Plot Found the 

Highlands Bluebird |»K In the first 

quorter before 1 gaining scoring momen 

turn in the second and third periods to 

'4 41 win vi-r the'Fort 

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Benefit Social Tonight 

A | for the West family 

„i lost • " ' .thing in o hi 

„,ll be held by the Wolton American 

lion Auxiliary t 

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I Wall »"ll I"" 0'vcn 

enter! inmi nl pn vtded 

• .. proceed will I turned vet 

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Also 

all of the legumes such as alfalfo, red 

whitt cl ■••■' etc need tC be kept 

well supplied with potash, as they are 

oil heav, users, f this untnent Manure, 

, to Mr. Leonard is mode to 

t ■ >r tertili/mg pastures and needs 

to be divided omong the farm crops so 

thot pastures will receive their shore 

Mr Scheidenhelm gove the following 
• succi • tori" necessary for profit 
able dairying ill Plon an odequate for- 
age program . keep individual pro- 
duction records (3> use on economical 
grain feeding program, (4' keep disease 
- (Continued on Poge 7) 



was" 62 years old. His home was ot 

ng , ii * 

Mr. Sturge*"' is survived by his widow, 

Mrs Cloudio Spegal Sturgeen; thr«i 

Hoborl and Henry Sturgeon of 

Covington, and Oakley Sturgeon of Mt. 

three sisters. Mrs Ben Griffith of 

Co. motor', Mrs Jomes Evans of Walton, 

and Mrs Kote Miller of Mt. Zion, ond 

a grandchild, Jackie Sturgeon of Critten- 

Services were held Sunday afternoon 
at the Chombers ond G f ubbj funerol 
home, Walton, with burial in the Cnt 
tenden Cemetery 

Farm-Home Week Notice 

Any homemaker who wishes to ottend 
Farm ond Home Week, Thursday, Feb 2 
by chartered bus must contact the home 
agent immediately — Nancy Guilfoil, Bur- 
lington 412 



Some Kentuckians 
Fail lo List Taxable 
Intangibles, Report 



Boone County Births 

,, i | • ■. unty births 

• , S3 I . fne" uoonc 
parfment 
Atho Thomas ond Sara, Florence »boy 
! ,in lonuory 4" 

Ada ' ! •" ni ' ')"' 
Penny F ixanne, January 1 

iud md Juanito I 
- : . Pimothy Woyne January 3. 

, , i s Ivan ond lean, Walton I > 
Das id Edwards JanugrV 6 

Dove. H berf ortd & (die, Vi i 
g.rl, D e borah Gh< FyJ Jonuxuy 7. 

Dicdrichs Li nord ond Ann. Hebron 
M, i.jll girl, Donna Ann, Januay 15. 

Floyd M.ti hi Ii and Janii e Burling- 
for n, January 8. 

el . Clarence Ond M.n lout, I lot 
, nr. boy Clarence loseph, January 3. 

. y iames ond Carol, Florence, 
girl, Paula Leigh, January 1 

Hens n Elmer and Alio Burlington, 
i , Stephen Thomas, January 8: 

Logsd in, Elmer and Betty, Union, girl, 
Bi 1 1 v Jean, January 1 
• McCoy, Charles and Mary, Union, 
I | s ( hasli I Thomos, Joriuay 14. 

Rudd Virqil ond Virginia Toyl M : rl 
)nl, Potncia Anfi, December 29. 
|,\! William and Martha Burin 
. William Edward, January 10 
Will- ughl . Marion and Mary Bur 
lingtbn ji/l 1 mdo'Carol January 12 




The Kentucky Revenue Department is 
beginning to look askance at failure of 
seme Kentucky taxpayers to list their 
mangibles which are subject to taxotion, 
if was learned this week. Revenue De- 
portment officials, it was learned, are 
hoping thot by forcing proper listing, the 
state government may uncover o "bonon- 
la," in fhe form of additional revenue, 
which the administration says is sorely 
needed 

Intangibles listed as assessable ond 
therefore taxable, are stocks, bonds, 
mortgages, liens, notes, both secured 
and unsecured, accounts receivable, and 
money on deposit in financial institu- 
tions outside of Kentucky, either in 
banks, building and loon associations or 
insurance firms. These ore taxed ot a 
rote of 25 cents per $100 value, as of 
January 1 of each year. 

Intangibles exempted ore stocks in 
Kentucky companies, U. S. Government 
bonds, and school, county or city bonds 
Annuities are taxed at five cents per 
$100. Income usually received from 
such sources includes trusts, estates or 
patents and royalties. 

Penalty for failure to list intangibles 
is quite heavy, being 10 per cent, plus 
12 per cent interest annuoily, and these 
penalties can go back as far as -f-tve 
years. 

It was announced this week by Wilton 
E Stephens, Boone County Tax Commis- 
sioner, that local assessments begin in 
August in order to give his office time 
to complete all county-wide assessments 
as of January 1 of each year. 

Intangibles acquired before January 1 
or in either case after the taxpayer has 
r,l»rted his intangibles to the county 
tax commissioner are subject to tax^ 
ation. In all cases of these later acquis 
itions or sales of intangibles, the county 
tax commissioner should be notified. The 
same applies td' J acquisition or sale or 
real .estate or personal property. 

Mr. Stephens said he hod been ad- 
vised that if such procedure is not fol- 
lowed, the State Revenue Department 
will invoke the 1.0 per cent penalty. 



City Council Names 
Police Chief and His 
Assistant Monday Nite 



Mondoy night, at an adjourned meet- 
ing of Walton's City Council, Herman 
Simmons was named Police Chief for 
this year, and Bill Parker was named 
Assistant Chief Duties of the two of-] 
ficers were set out in detail, including 
hours of duty, which arc; Simmons, 
7:00 a. m. to 7:00 p m .. and Parker, 
7:00 to 11:00 p. m., Sunday thn ugh 
Thursday, and 700 p. m. to 1:00 a. m, 
Friday and Saturday. They were in- 
structed to enforce oil traffic rules and 
regulations without favor to anyone; the 
parking meters are to be checked hourly 
between 8:00 a. m and 6:00 p. m., 
Monday through Friday, and 8 00 a m. 
to 9:00 r m Saturday, loading zones 
and no parking areas are to be policed 
and regulations strictly enforced; hobit- 
ual violators are to be arrested and 
miximum fines imposed 



Council also hired John E. Stephenson, 
os Waterwoks Superintendent until the 
new waterworks plant is completed, when 
necessary changes will hove to be mode 
No action wos token on the employment 
of a City Attorney. Action wjs deferred 
until the next regular meeting, February 

13. 

City Clerk Harold Campbell wos in- 
structed to odd 10% to water bills not 
paid by the 1 5th of the month rendered 
Woter service will be discontinued on oil 
bills not paid within 45 doys. 



The scarlet fever epidemic which has 
enclosed Walton and vicinity for the past 
several weeks, is slackening some this 
week, with only five coses reported to ' 
the Boone County Health Department as 
of Tuesday. All of the new cases were 
children. 

Two more coses were reported in Ken- 
county, Tuesday— one in Covington and 
the other in Independence. This brought 
the Kenton county total to six cases 
All victims in Kenton county hove been 
isolated and the disease is believed to 

be checked, health officials reported 

i 

In Walton, with the five new cases 
reported Tuesday, the total has reached 
69, since Thonksgiving. The new cases 
were reported to Dr. Edwin Ranzenhofen 
of the State Board of Health. 
Schools to Open 

According to Superintendent Robert 
Ison of the Walton-Verona schools, both 
the Walton and Vercna will be opened 
Monday, unless further developn. nts 
present. 

The county health deportment stated 
that schools and churches could open 
if they desirecl, under present conditions. 

The Wolton Christian Church has an- 
nounced they will hold all services, in- 
cluding Sunday School at the regular 
hour, this Sunday. The speaker at the 
worship service will be Kev. Forest King 
of Lexington. They will hold fifth Sun- 
day services at Crittenden. 

The Walton' Baptist and Methodist 
Churches will hold all services Sundoy 
as regulcrly scheduled, according to the 
respective pastors. 
Catholic School to Open 

All Saints Church, Wolton, will olso 
hold all regular sevices Sunday, ond will 
open their school Monday — the some os 
the public schools — according to Father 
Charles Donovan. 



Uobert J. Norrlsh 



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Dr. E. M. Funk 



A /icore or more of men ond women 
r, fed in he field of farming and home- 
moking will speak during the four-day 
Farm and Home Week program at the 
i Inivefsity of Kentucky at Lexington on 
January 31 to February 3. 

Dr. Glenn W. Burton, Georgia plant 
breeder, will speak ot a meeting of the 
Kentucky So^d Improvement Association. 
He received a Superior Service Award 
horn the USDA at Washington. 

Dean W. V. Lambert of the Nebraska 
College of Agriculture led a group of 
American farmers on a tour of Russian 
agriculture. He will tell about what he 
saw behind the Iron Curtain. 

Women attending the-week will hear 
Dr. Williom K. Keller, professor of psy- 



Brooks' Have A Son 

Mr ond Mrs. Arthur Earl Brooks (nee 
Mory Florence Ryan) are the proud par- 
ens ot a son, born at St. Elizabeth Hos- 
pital, Covington, January 3, and named 
David Eorl. He weighed six pounds and 
ten and one-half ounces Mother and son 
are doing nicely. 

Worthington New Fire Chief 



chiafry at Louisville General hospital. 
He will speak on "What Is Insanity?'' 

A session on "Producing Beef Cattle 
Profitably'' will have as a speaker Ro- 
bert J. Norrish of Armour & Co., of 
Chicogo, His subject will be "The Fu- 
ture Is Ours." 

A general session one afternoon will 
deal with 'The Farm Fomily of the 
Future.'' One speaker will be R. G. 
Gustavson, president of Resources, 'or 
the Future, Inc., Washington. His sub- 
ject will be "Your Form in An Atomic 
Age." 

Dr. E. M. Funk, chairman of the De- 
portment of Poultry Husbandry at the 
University of Missouri, will address the 
poultry raisers on "The Consumer Wants 
High-Quality Eggs'' - 



Literary Club to Meet 

The regular monthly meeting of the 
Walton Woman's Literary Club will be 
held ot the Phoenix Restaurant, Wed- 
nesday, February 1, beginning at 2:30 
p. m. 

Mrs James T. Stone will be hostess, 
and Mrs, Jomes S. Webster, vice presi- 
dent, will conduct the meeting. 




New Haven 4-H'ers Meet 

A meeting of the New Haven 4-H 
Club was held at the school January 16 
Officers were elected fo the year, as fol- 
I .■ Joy Feagqn, president; Kay Parker, 
vice president; Phyllis Kirtl retory, 

Wandq. Corpertter, publicity chain 
Judy Rob'bins and Gayle> Weier are m 
change of music _ 



Chief "Chick' Worthington 

Charles G "Chick" Worthington was 
elected new chief of the Walr6n Vol- 
unteer Fire Department at a meeting in 
the City Building, January 16. 

Russell Groger, who had served as 
chief for six years was named deputy 
chief and treasurer. Other officers in- 
cluded Guy Carlisle, first assistant chief; 
David. HankmsorSpMMond assistant chief; 
Tommy Wainscott, secretary, ond Don 
Rice, assistant secretary. 

Hose captain, "Buddy'' Grubbs; hose 

lit utenant,' Jam 

>•■:, tenon I 

Wain - ' captati i . 

Paf'rictc; lad ' noat, JoarviKlhonks 



Boone Delegates To 
Farm-Home Week 
Are Announced 

Local homemaker club delegates and 
hememakers will be attending Farm and 
Home Week, January 31 -February 3, re- 
ports Nancy Guilfoil, Home Agent. 

Those representing the clubs are: 
Burlington Road, Mrs. A B. Smoot, pres- 
ident of the county organization, Mrs. 
Charles Riehemann, club delegate, Mrs. 
John Kyle and Mrs Henry Fisher; New 
Haven, Mrs. Willis Berkshire, delegate; 
Florence, Mrs. Roy Lutes, delegate; Con- 
stance, Mrs. Leroy Reeves, delegate, and 
Mrs. James Kottmcyer, county vce pres- 
ident; Pt. Pleasant, Mrs. Earl M rehead; 
Walton, Mrs. Frank Penick delegate; 
Bullitsville, Mrs. Edward Sm i dele- 
gate, and Hebron, Mrs. Edwoi : Peel, 
delegate. Each delegate vv ' ""■-' 

week's events at their F : jary club • 
meeting. 

Other homemakcrs whe are planning, 
to represent Boone count-. I H tote 
meeting Thursday, Febru ■ ry\r». 

Lee Gallenstein. Mrs. AI Be^ ■, Mrs. 
Harry Whaleyl Mrs. Atthur Amman, 
Mrs. Leo Flyrm\ Mrs. Forest Thompson, 
and Mrs. E'mer tCum-n.i.s. 

One of the sqecial events for Boone 
c. -jntians will be*o special number, "All 
Thru the Night," presented by the Boone 
County Chorus at the State Homemakers 
Festival, Thursday, Feb. 2. 

Members who will be singir.g">are Mrs. 
Stanley Aylor, Mrs. Joe Hogan,, Mrs. 
Roger McGuire, Mrs. F. 0. Smith, Mrs. 
Robert Dolwick, Mrs. John Darby, Mrs. 
H. Oberpoliann and Mrs. Thomas Home. 
Mrs. Omer Dolwick will be the director, 
and Miss Naocy Guilfoil will accompany 
the group ot fie piono. 



Masonic Meet Postponed 

A meeting of Walton Lodge, 719, 
F 8.A.M., scheduled for this week has 
been indefinitely postponed, according to 
Fronklin Breeden, Master, due to the 
scarlet fever epidemic, IPteff^ 1 



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COVINGTON. KY 



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16 S. MAIN ST., WALTON, KY. 

PHONE 1192.. 



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Inter-State Bottle Gas 

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"Brown" Gas Stoves 
Gas Hot Water Heaters 

Jansen Hardware 

110 Pike Street 
COVINGTON, KENTUCKY 




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Nothing 

without wings 

climbs like a 

50 Chevrolet ! 



The new' '56 Chevrolet handles hills 
like they aren't even there! Aim it up 
a steep grade . . . and you'll see why 
it's the .Pikes* Peak record breaker! 

[;-. . r level off a i mtain with your 
foot? Nothing to it. Just point thin 
n- .v '."><. < hi vy uphill and ease down 
on.th<- g a 

Up you go with a quiet hydraulic- 
huahed, valve lift* re novi in all engines 
-\\- or 6 n^h of power This S the 
car. yuu know, that broke the Pikes 
}'• ak record. The car that conquered 
towering grades and vicious turns to 
prove its superior performance, han- 
dling ease and cornering ability. 

These are built-in qualities that 
mean more driving pleasure ami 
saJVty for you. Chevrolet also offers 
f« atures as >eal belts, with 
•or without shoulder hai ind in- 

strument panel padding at extra cost. 

You've a choice of 19 frisky new 
Qbevrbleta all with Fisher Body and 
~wfth horsepower ranging up Eo a new 
hi^h of 205. Drop in, wlun you have 
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^ - - - »- Wajston, Ky. 



Phone 95 



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walton advertiser, Walton, Kentucky 



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Vi Rice and family hove moved to 
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RAY HALL 

Manufacturing Optician 

Doctor's Opticol Pre«crlptton» 

Accurately Filled. Broken 

Lentet Reploced. Expert 

Opticol Repairing! 

122 Pike St, Covington 
HEmteck U1992 



( hoi D i.ry and hi . neighbor Ii 
■ i Ii illed two v. ry Hnj I ■ • • ■ 
i u t /on pound i ach, over the week- 

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with srio* p|o* ottochmenl which In 
uwd I . ','-■' 

H ireol -Jtyl ■ 

ut Bid) A Wee (arm 

A Mr Will id has 

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mumty and Ii ■ i that rtwy will bi a 
Mon I thi frii i 

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now,' 'which is our main pastime ill 
. ,f, 1951 But the po*l *■ ■ - 

• i ivi luiii pulled than ot ony time 
n remen wh« h just go 

' * us that wo arc all human alter all 
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time coasting, making snowmen, etc 
' 'Since the tobbit law was out the bun- 
. ...es htrMr Qfl "I " '° our V " 1 " 1 

and gardens, as the, ' kn ''* * ncn 

the low protects them and they ore 

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W( w, i, '.fry to htiur 'I thr ijr-otr, 

ot AuQustus Howord, brother o< Ralph 
Howard of thi 1 *■■' Hi« di 8th was c 

hock I hll many frirnds and relalivi ■ 
Henry Pitcher and *ili are vocation- 
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SERVICE ON ALL MAKES 

Radio Cr Television - Refrigeration - Water Pumps 
Electric Wiring. We Repair Picture Tubes. 

NICHOLSON SALES AND SERVICE 

Harry Osterbrook, Owner Phone FLeetwood 7-4122 

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New low Prices On G. E. Appliances 

G. E. Automotic Washers $189 00 

G. E. Dryers $148.00 

G. E. Electric Ranges $209.00 

G. E. Refrigerators $198.00 

G. E. Water Heaters $ 99.95 

Also a few 1955 Refrigerators Up to 30°o Off 

. -EASY TERMS- 



R. W. Gross Appliances 



Phone: FLeetwood 7-6631 



Independence, Ky. 



Wr are a'ad ♦■• n-\--<\ tin sit k QJ our 
rummunity d ' . I •" ■' The Miller 
children and olso the Parson children 
are obli I bi out ogam Mrs Earl Han 
, ., i i,, it ui d thi I use and is slowly 
improving rf 

Pi it ir the many motori t'. on rjlad 
i , . ii., n * mi Iting - •■ . ,,|, roads 
. s , • • ..'..- - - ; t weet 

t Mi and Mrs Don 
Keeney m4 '*> nf-i m» 

Ih H ; • rl l« He- is re 

rted '!• ung nil i I . 

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me moving to 1 I ■ ' irm 

Jim Burke and fomily fi m rly of this 
community, hose purcl,,; 

a a. ■ ' • v.-. Li ina Cavan 

Owing t ■ mi ■ lino 

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Mr and Mrs J J Bom, ft 
tl week 

Mrs Dawson Bollinger entertaim d the 
W ' C S at her home recently 

Mr and Mrs Dewey Parsons ond fam- 
ily entertoined for Mr ond Mrs George 
Often and children with a six o'clock 
dinner Soturdoy evening 

Raymond Giles and daughter had os 
dinner guests Sunday Rev Miller and 
family 

Mr and Mrs J J Barnett entertained 
their son, Howord, wife ond doughter, 
i m Sunday 

Miss Emma Yates colled on Mrs Earl 
Hanna Sunday afternoon 

Mr and Mrs Wynford Riley and lit- 
tle daugher of Lexington spent Sunday 
with his parents. Mr ond Mrs ..L M 
Rilev 

Several of the young folks of Towers 
had an cnjoyoble ofternoon Sunday 
ting 

Mr and Mrs L M Deuser spent Sot- 
Drdos with Mr and Mrs L J 

Roup 

progress at the 
new church basement ot Towers 

'.' ; l .-• rtii . i »i"'< '' d back 
this week I weef visit with 




AUCTION 

On account of ill health I will sell my Dairy Herd and Dairy Equipment at Auction 

On Route 42, about 2 Miles West of Beaver Lick, Boone County. 
Kentucky, near the Christian Church, on 

Saturday, Jan 




_^_ BEGINNING AT 12:30 P.M. 

COWS: 3 Holstein cows, 6 years old, fresh; 3 Holstein heifers, just fresh; 5 Jersey 
cows, fresh; 5 Holstein heifers, heavy springers; 2 Guernsey cows, fresh; 2 Holstein 
heifer calves, weaned. All cows are giving a large flow of milk; some with calves by 
side; all TB and Bangs tested. 

EQUIPMENT, HAY: Milk cooler, Westinghouse, almost new; wash vat; electric 
hot water heater; stainless milk bucket; 2 new cover-top buckets; 8 ten-gallon milk 
cans, some new; 400 or 500 bales of good mixed hay. 

Bob Slayback 

Owner - Phone Walton 276 

Sale Conducted By 

Harry F. Johnson 



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Phone FL 7-2767 



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.Wand Rank loans 
. . • | Bank loan rands out 

; ,, thers I - • ' ; i " e' advantages - 

• Low interest rate — still only 4$h 



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Long term— up to 40 years to repay. 

Farmer owned and controlled. 

Dividends. 

Prepayments gladly accepted without penalty. 

Purposes now include almost any farm need. 

Amount of Ian may run from a few hundred dollars to 

as much as $200,000.00. 

Part-time farmers may now borrow. 

Convenient local service. 

No appraisal fee or application tee. 

— Owned by Farmers for Farmers — 

Coll See Write 

(ARL SHERIFF, SEC'Y-TREAS. 

NORTHERN KENTUCKY NFLA 

Box 86 Phone TAylor 4-2861 

Williamstown, Kentucky 

In Burlington at Old Recorder Building Each 
Friday Morning for Your Convenience. 



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Fords 

Plymouths 

Pontiacs 

Mercurys 

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Dodges 

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Chevrolets 

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Studebakers 

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Dodges 



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Lou "Boots" Froelicher 

manager 
Open 9 a. m. - 9 p. m. 



6400 Dixie Highway 



Corner Of 

Dixie and Kentaboo 

Dixie 1-7850 



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Bills and Petit. ens: 

Kentucky i 

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ercl r< solution ■■ ■ i bs ,.>• i 

CI; merits ond Bel- 1- v C 
Nctchcr, Congressman Wotts and 

-non Chi.lt. Al! want the Secrrt-j-\ 
of Agriculture to r< : <■. thi recent cut 
in the burley allotment Congressman 
Spence also had sonv new legislation a 
bill to provide tinan cial help for I 



Winter Storage of 
Plant hood Assures 
SupplU 'sfor S/> rim: 

THK Middle West Soil Im 
provement Committee lists 
five suggestion ■ ■ ng fer 

tih.vr on the ' ■ ■ : 

bo it will be In i 

when it w net Ivd t> ■ spring 

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stncKi . such as floods ar.J 

■ns. 
The congressman from Louivilk J ' ' 
I- in also submitted legislation He 

v*ont> I • moke it a federal offense to 
m airplane And if any pov 
• dies, the death penalty * 
d the evil d 

On Airplane Damage: 

r bill ■ •• — - " 

the Judiciary where 0". I I I ntucky 
lawmaker, Frank Ch II I On im 

portant posil 

Newcomers: 

'■ > r C )| I I Hill . include 
I •. Ward] the former state commis- 
r of conservation He's in the Cle- 
n- nts' office. Also, with the Clements 
-. force is Pearl Runyon, the retiring 
state treasurer. Mrs Frances Farmer, 
formerly if Moyfield and Frankfort, has 
joned the Barklcv staff Miss Eva Mauzv 
formerly with the lote Sentor Withers 
is. sec • .-. • ori Indiana congr e s s ma n 
H. H. Morris, of Mr Sterling, continues 
as the House postmaster, and Emery 
Frarier, of Whitesburg, is the chief of 
the Senate, one of the top jobs on the 
Hill Mrs. Flo Bratten, who recently 
retired as a member of the Barkley staff 
is visiting the Capitol, and looks hale ond 
hearty. She's living in Pennsylanio. 

On School Improvement: 

The Junor Order Council at Coving- 
ton also sent a petition to the House of 
Representatives calling for improvement 
in the public school system. 

One of the biggest of the session will 
involve federal aid to eduction and there 
is every indication on Capitol Hill mat 
the gation problem will get involved 

in the f ; it. That means that federal aid 
c^u'd be filibustered to death. 

NO c O? APPRECIATION— 

Mr ir ; Mrs Vthur I nton, Jr. and 

Mr 6i .V A ••• ii Lip' • Sr., wish to 
rl ■ • • and neighl ors for 

the k.ndn- wn them in the loss of 

their little sop and grand, n who passed 
oway las'! .Vednesday. lt-4 

In response to the demond of fan 
most fertilizer dealers in I i n 'coun- 
ty are handling high-analysis matencls. 
Rowan county farmers harvested teveral 
hundred pounds less tobacco on acre 
thon they got in previous seasons. 



FARM LOANS 

LONG TERM FARM LOANS 
LOW INTEREST RATE 

SEE S. R. ECKLER 

REALTY & AUCTION CO. 

Dry Ridge - Kentucky 

Phone: Office 4-6581; Ret. 4-8146 



The Right Broker . 

Choosing the right broker when 
you're planning to sell or buy a 
house can spell the difference be- 
tween unnecessary delay and dis- 
apointment, loss of money, and a 
satisfactory deal. 

—FOR SALE— 

WALTON — 4 room house, mod- 
ern, priced right! 
BEAVER ROAD — 5 room house, 
bath, '4 acre tobacco base. , 
WALTON — Six rodrnj, modern, in 
top condition; rental possibilities. 
$10,500, 

gayle Mcelroy 

43 So. Main Street 
WALTON, KENTUCKY 



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Phone 1852 

— Representing — ■ 



Austin Mann Realty Co. 

Dixie Highway at Underpass 
ERLANGER, KENTUCKY 

Phone Dixie 1-5555 



the i 

tlie fertih/i r in the barn 
or si h f other dry i ml ling , 3 
Put the bags on 2 \ l's or i i II 
bing above the floor Then the 
fertilizer won't soak up n 
tun and get lun py; 4 Pre\ ent 
.. by piling bag* ■ nly sev- 
i Keep brok- 
en bags separate from tht 

1 \a fertilizer soaks up 
ture. 
"Buying and storing, fertilizer 
tin the /arm now is particularly 
advisable," says the commit- 
t. e, "be< ause of the tight situ- 
ation Oh railroad freight ears 
needed to move phosphate and 
h from the mines to fer- 
tilizer facti nes 

"If this ear shortage becomes 
more critical as spring ap- 
proaches, fertilizer manufactur- 
ers may have di fficulty g e tting 
materials for the lug vwlu 
plant food needt d b} fam 

Every ton of fertiliz* i n 
in the 1 weeks ahead fr< m facto 
nes to farms will help manu- 
facturers maintain production 
sehedules this Winter and pre- 
vent serious local shortages 
later on. the committi > says 



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The practice of Thrift is as old as Creation 

Exemplified in Nature! The Habit of All Her Creatures! 
SAVE TODAY FOR A HAPPIER AND 



MORE PROSPEROUS TOMORROW ! 

The Bank of Independence 



INDEPENDENCE, KENTUCKY 
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LANG'S CAFETERIA 

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Fyre Go Block and 
Marne Premium Stoker 

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We Also Have A Complete Line of Tuxedo Feeds 

Colston -Speagle Coal 

PHONE 1152 WALTON, KY. 



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New Chevrolet Task*Force Trucks for '56! 




Now there are more reasons than ever why 

anything less is an old-fashioned truck ! 



An automatic transmission for every series! A super-efficient, short-stroke 
V8 for every model! Higher powered, higher compression 6's! New, 
higher capacity! Come in and see all the new things that'll whittle down 

hauling time and slice your costs! 



New '56 Chevrolet trucks offer still more 
modern Task-Force advantages^ 

They bring you new power— a short- 
stroke V8* for every model, and .higher 
compression 6's that pack a bigger power 
punch than ever! 

And you can haul bitter loads! 1 base 



new Chevrolet trucks are rated up to a 
hefty 19,500-lb. G.V.W. 

then there's an automatic transmission 
for every series- a wider range of Ilvdra- 
;. 4 Maticf models, plus Powcrmatief, a new 
six-speed heavy-duty automatic. 

Come on in soon, and look 'em over! 



Fast Facts About New 
•06 Task-Force Trucks 



HIGH IEVEI VENtlLA 

TION AND CONCEALED 

SAFETY STEPSI 

AN AUTOMATIC DRIVE 
FOR EVERY SERIESI 

GREAT NEW FIVE- 
SPEED" SYNCHRO MESH 
TRANSMISSIONS 



A MODERN. SHORT 

STROKE V8 FOR EVERY 

MODEtl 

MORE POWERFUL 
VALVE IN HEAD SIXESI 

TUBELESS TIRES, 

STANDARD ON 

ALL MODEISI 

FRESH, FUNCTIONAL 
WORK STYUNGI 



'\'H standard in I < / model*, tin extra-cost op- 
tion in all otnei models ^Optional at extra cost 
in a wiile rang* o) mom Is 



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Good Soil Can* l*ays Off 
For New Corn Champions 




The Inside story" 
on homes well supplied 



with HOT water... 
automatic ELECTRIC 
water heating, 
of course! 



Your friend* and 
neighbors who keep well 
■upplied with HUT 
water around tlu-ir homes, 

naturally have In-en 
enjoying th«' advantage* 

of ELECTRIC 
water heating. They'll 
tell you how safe — 
'dependable— economical — 

ELECTRIC water 
heating really i«' < H 
[course, when they bought '.J 

their electric water •• 
beaten, they made Bure 
they were Retting the 
jircjx'r size, so they'd 
alwayi have an 
adequate supply of 
piping HOT water. 

If you're in need of an 
automatic ELECTRIC 
water heater in your 
home, have your 
appliance dealer help you 
select one to suit your needs. 



The Union Light, Heat 

and Power Company 



Willard C. Kirk 
/~JOOD seed and careful soil 
VJ management including the 
use uf fertilizer were key fac- 
tors in helping win top corn 
growing honors for America's 
new Corn King ;ind Corn Prince 
at the rece n t Intr-rnntional Grain 
und Hay Show in Chicago. 

Willard c Kirk, 58, (lift) the 
new Corn King, who operates a 
335-acre farm near Jefferson- 
ville, Ohio, has won the cham- 
pionship three timer in the past 
five years. 

Thomas Halterman, 18, of 
Rushville, Indiana, the new 
Corn Prince, was following a 
family custom in winning corn 
honors His hrother Lair, 20, 
was named Corn Prince at the 
1948 show His father Newton, 
64, operator of a 227-acre farm 
in Hush county, Ind., won the 
, title of Corn King at the same 
show, to repeat an honor he won 
in 1946 The Halterman farm 
raises hybrid seed corn and 
Hampshire hogs. 

Kirlt says three steps were 
particularly important in bring 
ing him the l!>a5 championship: 
1— The use of a high quality 
•ingle cross hybrid seed;*, 2— 
Feeding the soil a well-.balanced 
supply ' of nitrogen, phosphate 



' I potash fertilizer, and lim- 
■ • a as needed; 3_A rotation 
that gives him a two-year lajr- 
down of legume-grass sod. 

Kirk's farm produces hybrid 
seed corn, wheat, soybeans, 
"ats, Duroc hogs and Shrop- 
shire sheep. In addition to corn, 
Kirk believes in fertilizing the 
entire rotation. In the process, 
he uses between 600 and 700 
pounds of plant food per acre. 

Tom Halterman's junior 
championship corn was pro- 
duced on a 20-acre field- he tilled 
as a 4 11 club project The seed 
■'is a parent of Indiana- hybrid 
No. 844 Tom is active in 4-H 
programs and in the Future 
Farmers of America. He was 
eorh champion "of Rush county 
in 1051 and 1992. 

Over the years the elder Hal- 
terman has been steadily build- 
ing up the fertility level of his 
soil. He follows a rotation that 
gives him a legume grass crop 
once every three years. The ro- 
tation Is c-.rn, oats and alfalfa. 

Halterman believes in using 
plenty of fertilizer. He has soil 
tests made regularly and fol- 
lows the recommendations of 
the agronomists at Purdue Uni- 
versity. 



Ryland Homemakers 

ind Homemakcrs met ot the home 
if Mrs J H La^vin for the January 
• 
Th/rte, n members answered roll call 
Year's resolutions Wr 
■r- — Sr- H " read the -devnttort and- tr 
"My New Year's Wish." Mrs. 
Harold Hal f hill gave a talk on parlia- 
mi ntary procedure. 

A I . i. I, v th. comm.tt.-,- 

I r the needy. They re- 
■ tour , baskets of food m h 
. at Christmas Mr. 
Wilson and Mrs. John Belew gave the 
d as given at 
" Homing school' It was discu', I 

ihot were going to Farm and 
Wi c k . 

present: Mesdames W. P. 
I, G A. Damon, W. H. Bagby, 
B Hermes, J. Williams, J A. Rich, 
! Halfhill, John Belew, Evert Wil- 
son, Oliver Gee, W. B. Barnes, J H. 
'i and Miss Ruth Schmidt. Visito- 



tors were Mrs. Lottie H.Jfhill Mrs. I 
ond Mavin Gee. 

The February meeting will I 
the home of Mrs W. B. Barnes. 

Florence Woman's Club 



Ti R rence Woman's CIul held Fs 

January meeting in the new home f 

I F Dougherty Hostesses w< - 

Mrs. H R Daugherty Mrs Paul C 



vvu p. ii i' lyuu'C" ny , v 'i » , *ju*i ^ 

and Mrs Harold Conn- r TRe club ' pres- 
Idenl Mr, J F Dough* n. pn ided 

Gu' sts were . V J F Dough- 

erty, Harry F Haugherty, Paul Chanev, 
W. R Davis, F. D. Caton, W H Camp- 
bell, H F. Dressman, J A Might >w r, 
I Tanner, J. Utz, R. R. Ragland, 
and Harold Conner. 

The guest speaker, Ms. JGarnet,Tr lm, 
wed the writings of Emily Br 

Approximately 100- pnul.try raisers, 
hatchery owners, representatives of fi e i 
companies and other persons attended a 
poultry round-up in Green county. 



CHURCH CHOIR CONTEST 

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Accounts Now Insured up to $10,000 

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HE 1-7719 



FOR SALE 
NEW 

GAS RANGES and REFRIGERATOR 

TAPPAN 



Why Pay More, When 



You Can Buy For 

All Our Cars Are Carefully Inspected by Our Factory Trained Mechanics 




1948 MERCURY Club Coupe, radio and heater, 

no money down $195.00 



1953 HENRY J 6-cylinder with overdrive, 
like new $100.00 down 

1947 PONTIAC Club Coupe, radio and heater, 

no money down $195.00 



1953 CHEVROLET 2 Door— if your credit is good, no 
money down. 



1951 FORD 2 Door, raJio and heater, will finance 



1947 OLDS Clb. Coupe, clean, no money down, $150.00 



1949 MERCURY 4-Door 



$100.00 down 



1954 FORD 4-Door,. light green 



will finance 



1951 FORD '2-ton truck, with rack, clean, $200 down 



1952 FORD Victoria, extra clean 



will finance 



2 Super Sixty Scries $179.95 

1 Super Sixty Scries i Chrome Oven > $191.95 

1 Mcadowbrook, 36" $184.95 

1 30" Deluxe Range with matchless oven $179.95 

1 40" Standard $ 99.00 

1956 Tappan Greenbrier, Tappan's finest only $279.95 

1 Florence Governess with amazing" 3-wqy top $199.95 

1 Detroit Jewel, 30" $135.00 

1 Sunray Gas Range $ 99.00 

1 2 Door Hotpoint Refrigerator— save $100 $359.95 

DeMoisey Gas Co. 

WALTON, KENTUCKY 



1939 MACK 1-ton truck, ready to go— will sell cheap 






1948 MERCURY 4-Door, radio and heater, runs 
good, no money down $250.00 

1947 CHEVROLET 4-Door, radio and heater, 

runs good, no money down $195.00 

1950 CHEV. 2-Door, powerglide, clean $100.00 down 

1950 FORD Custom 8-cylinder, radio and heater, 
perfect $100.00 down 

1947 CHEVROLET Convertible, new top, runs 
good, no money down $250.00 

1944 JEEP, 4-wheel drive, motor just overhauled, cheap 

1951 CHEV. 2-Door, black will finance 

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1952 CHEV. 4-Door, extra nice will finance 

1949 MACK tractor, 1954 White engine, good rubber 

1951 FORD 1 ! 2-ton truck, 2-speed axle, 

14' bed $150.00 down 




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House and lot at 44 High Street, in Walton, lot 66 by 
342 feet, rent.ng for $60 00 per month, msured for $4000. 
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Administrator's 

SALE 

Redman Brothers deceased Estate 
FARM OF 285 ACRES AND PERSONALS 

Saturday, Jan. 28 

10:00 A. M. <FAST TIME i 

Location: Six Miles West of Williamstown, in Grant 
County, Ky., on the Williamstown and Owenton State 
Highway 36, between Stewartsville and Four Corners— 
at Half Way House, Williamstown, take Highway 36, see 
and follow auction signs to sale; at Dry Ridge, take Taft 
Highway to Four Corners, turn left, see and follow signs. 

Farm will be offered in four tracts with right to group 
any or all tracts. This is a choice farm, well located and 
in high stage of cultivation; four houses, five barns I may 
be seen any Hint). Farm sells at one o'clock. 

Personal property: Household, farm implements, hay, 
corn, straw, 1950 Chevrolet 2-door car like new with less 
than 12,000 miles, good beef type young cows with large 
calves, 12,000 tobacco sticks, and other items. 

Lund 0' Grc ,' is — 

TERMS: Personals, cash; real estate, 25°o down, bal- 
ance with deed and possession on or before March 1. 

MRS. (ORINNE REDMAN and 
HUBERT TAYLOR, Administrators 

So . ' red By 

S. R Eckler Realty and Auction Co. 

DRY RIDGE, KY. S. R. ECKLER, AUCTIONEER 

Phone: Office, TAylor 4-6581; Res., TAylor 4-8146 



AUCTION 

90 HEAD OF CATTLE— SWISS b HEREFORD 

Monday, Jan. 30 

10:00 A. M. 'FAST TIME' 

Location: At the farm of R. L. Vincent, on the Sherman 
and Mt. Zion Pike, 3 Miles West of Sherman, Grant Co- 
unty, Ky. In order to. settle the partnewship of R. L. Vin- 
cent and Harve Webster, S. R. Eckler and Ruben Taylor 
have been employed by Ben Kinmon, committee for Harve 
Webster and R. L. Vincent, to put on this auction. 

The following property will be sold: 20 good dairy 
cows, several have calves; 12 two-year-old dairy springer 
heifers; 10 yearling heifers — 20 of these are registered 
Brown Swiss; registered Brown Swiss bull; 20 registered 
Polled Hereford cows; 10 registered Polled Hereford 
heifers; registered Polled Hereford bull; also good team 
grey horses; 2 sows; male hog, Duroc Jersey, good stock; 
7 stock hogs; 2 farm tractors, Oliver and John Deere; 
new John Deere tractor manure spreader; tractor imple- 
ments; pickup baler, horse implements, and small tools; 
1949 Ford car; corn, and baled hay; household and kitch- 
en furniture, including new, large deep freeze, and other 
items too numerous to mention. 



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and your old washer 

at $1 .25 a week 




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854 Dixie Highway Erlanger, Ky. 



Terms Cash. Sale will be-beld regardless of weather. 

R. L VINCENT and BEN KINMON 

Committee for Harve Webster 

S. R. Eckler Realty and Auction Co. 

DRY RIDGE, KY. 

. Ruben Taylor Realty Company 

f |-- WILLIAMSTOWN, KY. 



S. R. ECKLER- 



-AUCTIONEER 




Having sold our farm, we will sjll at auction our fur 
niture and tools at our home on MT ZION ROAD, |ust 
off the Verona and Crittenden Road, 3 Miles South of 
Verona, Ky., on 

Sat., Feb. 4 

1:00 P. M. 

Bedroo msuite, 3 rugs, dresser, kitchen cabinet, kitchen 
table and four choirs, gas cook stove, refrigerator, stand 
table, electric lamps, couch, six window screens, 130 con 
crete blocks, mowing machine, disc harrow, two land 
plows, rastus plow, 1 -shovel plow, 1 horse sled, gas chain 
saw, 3' 2 h. p. motor, some small tools, three bundles of 
green shingles, and many other articles. 

Mr. & Mrs. Gene Hanks 

OWNERS 

Sale Conducted By 

Harry F. Johnson Auction Company 

PHONE FLEETWOOD 7 2767 



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over 1,400 pounds per ton. And TDN is your 
true measure of quality in nnx dairy feed because 
that's what makes the milk! The milk which your 
cows produce from Southern States high TDN 
dairy feeds will bring you twice as much as you 
pay for the feed ... or a return of $2 for every 
$1 you spend. 

Be sure you know the TDN content before you 
buy any dairy feed. It's the pay-off at the milk 
pail and in your milk check . Your Southern States 
Cooperative Service Agency handles a complete 
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JACK STURGEON 

... . wen hi Id ' J! day 01 the 
Homii' • rut ■ '.il ''.>me, Verono, tor Jack 
Sturgeon, 8/, former resident of near 
1 1 ttenden and of Verono, who dli 
Sunday at Lakclond, Ky Burial wos in 
thr I emetery, Grant countv 

Mr Sturgeon, a retired farmer, leaves 
thin. Hnughtert Mrs Iphn Wallace of 
Crittenden Vis Leonard Caldwajl ol 
neoi Verona, ond Vis Daisy Harrod ol 

Chilli, tl " HIS, Charl. 

Roy Sturgeon of Dry Ridge, and Eddie 
Sturgeon of Lakeland a utter, Mr. I-. 1 
tie tllis of fclliston and several grand- 
child.!, ond great-grandchildren 

MRS. BASCOM STURGEON 

Mrs -Boseom Sturgeon, 72 years of 
ay,-, ( t Vi Zi n and Vei no Rood died 
Janu.il> . ! at Booth Hospital, Ci >"'g 
ton She had been in failing hi aith t 1 
obout twi yi ars She wos a member of 




,t„ [> of A l".lf and fit Itie-trhnn-n 
Pi .!, nan Church 

,j N „ im lude hi 1 husband Ii • 
Stui 1. n ond o s.stri Mi ■ Richard 
Smith ol William,! I wi 

Funeral servici will '" '" M ' '" ,,, '> 
January 27. at 2 00 p m Ot the Ml 
Zlon Ba| ti 1 < hurch with tjuriol in tl.. 
Mt Zion Ci meti ry 

Friends moy coll ot the Hamilton fan 
eral homo Verona after 2.00 p. nr this 
(Thursday afternoon 

Acreage reduction and lower yleldi 

may reduce tobacco returns 30 percent 
In Clark county 

Format! In 61 on Bgg rtittve 

marketing ossnnntion is creating Interest 
in chickens in Bullitt county. - 



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INDEPENDENCE 



The Independence and Community 
Volunteei Fire Deportrnent is . i 
or' evening social at tin- fin 
Saturday, January 28, at 800 p m The 

public is invi' 



Bullitsvillc- Idlowild Homem'k's. 

— fhv Bullittsvillp Idiewild Hi n 
Ckib met in he Bulliftsvilte CI 

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Furnish Robert E Grant Lie Sirvin, 
' Mnrv Mud on William 
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WALTON HOMEMAKERS 

The Walton Homemakir., met with 
v i, l; i s Xi odwav last Friday with 
v- Irene Ford as co-h I ' II fall 

was answered with a New Year' 
lution. 

The las' I n on finishing hots was 
given by the leaders M 
and Mrs I • A white i 

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id< nt, was i to attend Form and 

H Tie We< Is i" Lexii ruary 1, 

rnd 3. Then .% : a charter* I I US 
going to Lexington on Thursday. It 
leaves Wolton at 7 15 a m end returns 
by midnight. Anyone wishin ; 
C( ntact Miss Noncv Guilfoil. Round trip 
tr m Walton S2 25. 

Among visiting speakers at Farm and 
Home Week are Miss Mary Trent, State 
Department, Washington, Mrs Luclla 
Canterbury, Psychol jTsl fTCm Chicago: 
Mrs. Dora Elon, attache of Embassy o* 
Iserol, Washington, Dr. Wm. K. Keller, 
professor of psychiatry, Louisville Dr 
James W. Gladdon ot the sociology "de- 
partment, who will leod in group dis- 
cu sion of youth problems 

Those "attending the meeting last Fri- 
day were Mi Thompson, Mrs. 
Marie Penick, Mrs. - H mei V. 
Mrs, James Woods, Mrs. William Lan- 
( : r Mrs. Scott Lancaster, Mrs, Edw 
Gohs, Mrs. Mark Rdeey Mrs Russell 
Piner, Mrs. Leo Flynn, and the host« ssi - 
Mrs. Treodwoy and Mrs Ford, Mrs 
Sebastian, Mrs. Anna M. Bush, Mrs 
Pearl Leathers, Mrs. Mory Stepl 
and Miss Nancy Guilfoil, Home Demon- 
stration Agent. 



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New or increased production in Mc- 
-y county includes strawberries, veg- 
etables, poultry cream and sheep. 

Doirymen in Lewis county are plan- 
ning new milk houses, barns and other 
dciry equipment. 

Reorganization of extension work in 
Webster county includes increased em- 
phcsis on 4-H club octivil 

The Princeton Retoil Merchants As- 
sociation furnished achievement certi- 
ficates for 4-H proiect winners in Cald- 
well county 

Clarence Powers produced 102 bushels 
of corn an acre to win the corn derby in 
Whitley county. 



Soybean Champion 




Harvey Stiegelmeier 

HARVEY STIEGELMEIER. 
61, of Normal, 111., who says 
high soil fertility helped him 
win the soybean championship 
of North America for the fourth 
time at the recent International 
Grain and Hay Show ih Chicago. 
He had previously won in 1946, 
1947 and 1950. 

In addition to soybeans, Stieg- 
elmeier raises hybrid corn and 
certified oats seed. 

Stiegelmeier limes his soil 
regularly and puts on liberal 
unts of phosphate, plus a 
fail feed of other nutrients. 
Good land, he says, gives a 
theater response to fertilizer 
than basically poor land. Soil 
improvement on the 330-acre 
farm in Champaign county, 111., 
began more than 50 years ago 
when Harvey's father began 
using sweet clover in the rota- 
tion. 







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PHONE 112 - WALTON. ICY. 



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This complete Mobile Feed Mill will efficiently 
handle ANY INGREDIENT you grew— from corn 
cobs to hay . . . ond do the |ob more efficiently 
than ycu can have it dene by your local grinder. 

AT LESS COST TO YOU! 

We will grind your grains, - • with 

molasses, concentrates and minerals as 
needed^. - . to. make exactly the kind of 
feed ycu want, at less cost and less work. 



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Date Today! 

This Mobile Feed Mill Will Be In the Following 

Localities Monday and Tuesday: 

GARDNERSVILLE, MORNING VIEW, 

DEMOSSVILLE, FISKBURG & PINER. 

Call HE 1-2622 for Other Grinding Dates In This Area 1 

J. H. FEDDERS, INC. 

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AUCTION 



SAT.. JAN 




10 A. M. 

Cattle -Feed -Tools 

Having decided to quit farming, I have listed with Col. Worth-ngton to sell, on the 
above date, my dairy herd, beef cattle, feed, and tools, rain or shine, at the C F. 
BLANKENBEKER FARM, LOCATED ON U. S. 42, 1 MILE FROM FLORENCE, KY 

15 DAIRY COWS -Consisting of Holstein, Guernsey and Jersey, all have been TB 
and Bang tested. These cows are giving a full flow of milk; six ot these rows have 
calves by their side, these cows range from 3 to 7 years old. 

6 HOLSTEIN HEIFERS, 20 months old All have .been breoV 
5 HOLSTEIN HEIFERS, ranging from 5 to 9 months old 
3 HEREFORD COWS and 2 HEREFORD HEIFERS 

MISCELLANEOUS— 5-can milk cooler; 2 unit Farmastcr milker, hot water heat 
er; 2 wash vats; 12 ten-gallon cans; strainers and buckets; 10 pigs, weigh about 50 
pounds; good sorrel mare, 9 years old. 

TOOLS — 1950 Ford tractor, A 1 condition, plows, disc, mower, cuftivator, scraper, 
corn planter, tractor |ack; Hammermill, rubber tire wagon, road wagon with box bed, 
set of good work harness; complete line of horse drawn tools, hay baler, Case pick 
up, in good condition; Case side delivery rake, manure spreader. 

FEED— 550 bales of clover and timothy hay, about 350 bushels corn, hand picked 

Also some household and kitchen furniture. 

TERMS— CASH LUNCH WILL BE SERVED ON GROUNDS 







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Col. A. F. Worthinglon, Auctioneer 



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WALTON ADVERTISER, WALTON, KENTUCKY 





Due to ill health, we have listed with (ol. A. F. Worthinglon to sell r on above date, our Farm, Stock 
and Tools, located on the Franks Kenney Road, five miles from Dry Ridge, Ky., just off Knoxville Road. 



— This farm consists of 200 acres more or less, well 
improved; 6-room house, completely modern, with 
smoke house, summer kitchen, garage, coal house; 
3 room tenant house, jn good condition; a modern 
dairy barn with 17 stanchions, concrete floor, water 




and electric in barn; large tobacco barn 60x40, nine 
tier high. This farm is clean and well fenced; 3-acre 
tobacco base, has made better than a ton of tobacco 
during the past 2 years; about 12 acres alfalfa; this 
farm is well watered (4 cisterns, 2 wells, 2 ponds). 



- Tractor, and Farming Tools - 

Farm Tools: 1953 model Ford tractor, complete with plows, mower, disc and tobacco setter; rubber 
tired wagon, 2-wheel trailer; 2-horse cultivator; a rastus plow, 5-shovel plow; hay rake, mowing ma- 
chine; about 5,000 tobacco sticks. 



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25 Dairy Cattle . . 

Dairy Cattle: 25 head of dairy cattle, consisting of 
Holsteins and Guernseys, ranging from 2 to 6 years 
old; these cows are giving a full flow of milk, some 
are fresh now, others close-up springers; these cows 
are TB and Bangs tested; 1his is considered one of 
the best herds in Grant County. 



Milking Equipment . 

COITIG BlJV Milking Equipment: 8 ten-gallon milk cans, six- 

w 7 J ,,„ mill, ,-nftlar /in imftrf rnnHilifti^ new hot water 

at Your 



Price! 



can milk cooler (in good condition), new hoi water 
heater, and double wash val. 
Some household and kitchen furniture. 
Lunch Will Be Served On Grounds. 
Terms Made Known Day ol Sale. 



Mr. & Mrs. Harvey Puckett, Owners 

Col. A. F. Worthington, Auctioneer ^SRn Harold Worthington, Clerk 



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CHAMBERS & GRUBBS 

FUNERAL HOMES 



Ambulance Service 

Anytime -*-- Anywhere 



Member Kentucky Funeral Directors Burial Association 



Phone: ^alton 352; Florence, AT 3-5101 



Farms For Sale 

209 ACRES— 

More or less; 6-room house, combination born, stripping room corn 
crib, chicken house, brooder house, sm I mound cellcr, 2 .ponds. 

2 cisterns, l well, also borders on Bullock Pen Lake, 3 6 acres tobacco base, 
6 acres alfalfa, 6 acres mixed hay; located on new road to Bullock Pen 
Lake; tractor land. Price $28,000. 

no ACRES— 

5 room house and bath 2 barns 24 stonhions in dairy barn, tobacco 
born and all other outbuildings, base 1.15 acres. 7 ocres olfolfo 10 acres 
mixed clover. This is a tractor farm. PRICE $25,000 

KENTON COUNTY— 

62 Vi acres, 6 room house and bath, hot ond cold running water, port 
basement, house modern, except furnace, combination born with fen stan- 
chions, milk house, fixed for Grade A milk chicken and brooder house, 
tool shed, smoke house, electric in all buildings, hoy fork, 2000 tobacco 
sticks, .9 tobacco base, well watered and fenced, all clean, located on black 
top rood, 17 miles from Covington, stock and fools can be purchased if 
wonted, will conseder trade for city property PRICE FOR FARM $14,500 

195 ACRES— 

Located near Burlington, 4 room house and cellorium, 4 room tenant 
house, combination barn with 15 stanchions, milk house, shipping Grade A 
Milk, almost new tobocco barn, everlasting water, base 2 6 acres Price 
$10,500. Also rjove tractor equipment including plows, discs, pick up 
bailer, side delivery rake, two horses, cooler, milker, and all milking equip- 
ment, 18 cows, 1 bull, 9 heifers, 1200 bales of hoy, ALL FOR $15,500 

Coleman Bros. 

— Real Estate and Auctions Sales — 
PHONE DIXIE 1-8499 or ALTANTIC 3-1481 



NOW IS THE TIME TO ORDER YOUR 

Fertilizer! 



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BLUE DIAMOND BLOCK COAL 

CROWN STOKER COAL 

American Wire Fence — Barb Wire 

GATES— Steel or Wood " 

I READNOUR COAL & FEED | 

WALTON, KY. PHONE 154 




Saving 
Makes It Possible 



This fellow has the right idea. He's dreaming 
of a home of his own — and he's saving for it. 
He knows that savings, here, are insured to 
$10,000 and earn a worthwhile return. How 
about you? Are you dreaming of owning a 
home, educating your children, or profiting by a 
business opportunity? Then open a savings 
account here with a convenient amount and 
SAVE with a purpose! 



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IBUIBILIE 

SPEAKS 



BY DR. KENNETH 1. FOREMAN 



lUikf louiui Scrtplurr: Luke 15.1-32 
Devotion*. Kt*dinf. John 3 1-11. 



Lure of Life 



Lesson for January 29, 1956 




A coin, a sheep, a man— what 
** do these three have in com- 
mon? Jesus told a triple story 
using these three so different ob- 
jects to bring out the same point 
What the coin, the sheep, the 
man had in common was that 
each was lost. They were out 
of place, useless, in fact doing 
mora harrp than 
K > " d But the 
young num who 
went to a far 
country was differ- 
ent in nn Impor- 
tant way. He 
knew what he Wai 
doing, or thought 
he knew He want- 
ed life, and he got 
It. only it was the Dr Foreman 
wrong sort If you had asked him 
at first why he was going away, 
he would have said, "I want to 
live!" But he ended in a pig-pen. 

The Lett Art All Around 

Men and women get lost today 
for the same reason They look 
for life In the wrong place. Vic- 
tims of narcotics, or of alcohol, 
wanted something more out of life 
than they had, and they thought 
drink or drugs would help them 
Every patient in an alcoholic- 
ward is missing somewhere,— 
missing from payrolls, from homes 
they had or might have had, 
missing from the ports they might 
have reached if they had not 
made shipwreck of themselves 
And for every patient in tome 
alcoholic ward there are a great 
many others who, though they 
may not have gone so far. are 
just as lost What ought a Thus 
tian's attitude to be. toward such 
people? Surely if Jesus tau^hj 
anything plainly, it is that c;< ><i 
not d e spise or hate tost per- 
sons; he loves them and dues not 
want them to stay lost So the 
Christian who shares the mind of 
Christ will neither hate nor de- 
spise the lost people all around 
us today. 

Prtvtntion It Better 

One of the commonest ways of 
getting lost is through drink. Ev- 
erything is done in advertising 
and in other ways to make it 
appear that you haven't really 
lived till you use "pur old famous 
brand" of expensive alcohol 
Young people need to have the 
other side of it shown to them, 
not in Don'ta but in Do's. Educa- 
tor H. H. Hill (as adapted in 
"Listen") has put It something 
like this. What do you want from 
life? Topnotch health? You cant 
have It if you drink. A serene, 
satisfying, law-abiding life? Not 
with liquor for your companion! 
Life on the highest moral level'' 
Not for drinkers and dopers. Do 
you want to wake up every morn- 
ing with a clear head? Do you 
want uninterrupted success in a 
profession? Do you want to save 
money? To be a good driver? To 
form the habit of meeting your 
problems squarely without a fuz- 
zy mind? Do you want to be able 
to enjoy a good time without the 
danger of flirting with a habit- 
forming drug? Do you want guar- 
anteed Immunity to one of Ami 
ica's four most damaging dis- 
eases? Do you want to be an ex 
ample of good and not evil, fen 
the young people in your commu- 
nity? All right,— that's living, and 
you can't have that kind of living 
and the alcohol habit too. 

Testimonials 

Maybe the main reason why the 
prodigal son went wrong was that 
he listened to the wrong people 
Men can always be found who 
can be paid to pose in liquoi ads 
How about listening to some free 
testimonials on the other side? 
Ezra Benson, Se'cretarj of Agri- 
culture, says: "Knowing the in- 
finite joy and peace of mind which 
result from never having used 
narcotics, smoked cigarette, or 
taken a dunk of liquor ... or 
knowingly profaning the nan,' of 
Deity, I can sincerely recommend 
such a course to all " Dr. Kate 
Newcornb, written up in the Head- 
er's Digest in June, 1954, says: 
"Naturally I do not use intoxi- 
cants Why. starl a hit.it so many 

people mil t to eak' 1 " Lewis Ho. ,,1 

of tennis fame speaks for many 
another athlete? "It is haroT 
enough to get anywhere in life, 
without liquoi oi tobacco hinder- 
ing om foi the foi i e " 
(ol Dodds, ihe track 
"God has given me a body 

I |ld not «|c (lie "Do yyu A.n,' 

to five ' S ich peopli ki. ■,'. 



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This it a scene you ••• every Sunday . . . 
hundreds of men and women pouring out of our 
churches. What effect doee it hare on the life of 
our community? 

There was more happiness in our streets this 
week . . . mors sympathy and understanding . . . 
more kindness and helpfulness . . . more determina- 
tion to attain the highest moral and spiritual 
ideala. 

We won't see Utopia next week. Human nature 
is still human. Perfection is God's alone. 

But crowded churchea change many lives. Wor- 
ship and prayer strengthen souls. The seed God 
plants never dies, if we are determined to culti- 
vate it. 

Come to Church next Sunday. And when you 
leave, you and our community will be richer because 
you were there. fe 



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ALL FOR THI CHURCH 

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Business Concerns of This Section: 



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WEBSTER RADIO SERVICE 

Rodio-TelevliJon Solei-Servlce Walton, Ky. 

READNOUR COAL & FEED . 

Phone 154 Wolton. Ky 

HAGEDORN'S MAYTAG SERVICE 

856 Dixie Hi'woy, Erlonger, Ky. Dixie 1-5233 

WALTON LUMBER COMPANY 

Phone 19 Wolton, Ky. 

PHOENIX RESTAURANT 

"The Home of Good Food" Wolton, Ky. 

RYAN HARDWARE & DRY GOODS 

Phone 99 Wolton, Ky. 

LIPSCOMB CO-OP FARM STORE 

Phone 100 Wolton, Ky. 

BRAKEFIELD DRUG STORE 

Phone 63 Wolton, ,Ky. 



HALL Electric & Appliance Service 

Phone 187 Wolton. Ky 

DIXIE STATE BANK 

Wolton, Kentucky 



YOUNG'S RESTAURANT 

Dinners, Sondwich«». Drinks Wolton. Ky 

WALTON GARAGE 

Phone 40 Chrysler & Plymouth 

R. C. DURR, General Contractor 



FLeetwood 7-3841 



Nicholson, Ky. 



WALTON FOOD MARKET 

Fine Foods Wolton, Ky. 

CONSOLIDATED TELEPHONE CO. 

Florence, Kentucky 

DIXIE CHEVROLET SALES 

Phone 95 Wolton, Ky. 

LOSEY'S GARAGE & GROCERY 

Open Doily - South Walton - Phona 529 

BANK OF INDEPENDENCE 

Independence, Kentucky 



DAN ROBERTS, INSURANCE 

Phone 66 North Moin St.. Wolton 

FLORENCE DEPOSIT BANK 

Florence, Kentucky 

CONRAD HARDWARE 

Phon « 23 Wolton, Ky 

KRAMER ELECTRIC SERVICE 

McMillan Dr., Independence/Ky. FL 7-431 I 

A. M. LINTON, BARBER 

Wolton, Kentucky 

BI-COUNTY FARM BUREAU 

ATlonfic 3-2112 D,. von Ky 



DEMOISEY GAS COMPANY 



Phone* 1372 



Walton, Ky. 



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B-M SALES & SERVICE 

Phone 38 Wolton, Ky. 

ST. CLAIR SERVICE STATION 

. Texoco Gas, OH & Tires Wolton, Ky. 



MODEL FOOD STORE 

Pnon « 2 ' Wolton, Ky. 

ARTISTIC DRY CLEANERS 

Phone U4 Wolton, Ky. 

STURGEON ELECTRIC SERVICE 



Phone 184 



Wolton, Ky. 



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'Save a Penny, Lose a Dollar 9 
When You Skimp on Plant Food 




Croddlcli Wolloce and Virginia, Flor- 
ence, bOYi Kevin I'' I '• ' I mber 20 

Jati Finley <jn<J Bonnie, Walton, 

girl. Court Lef, December 26 

Land, C h o rl t t and Mary, FIm 
Mori i ■ ■ ml-er 23. 

McGuire, <> r 'l " and Mory, Florence, 
bo> Dorryl Y lyTH I >> I I ml., r 28. 

M.jit.r. A J. arulMaxit, Vcronn, hoy^. 



• . . December 13 
Munion, Glenn ond Rwelyn, Union, 
I , David Xyni ( • '.' 2 

Napii r, Clon ri'ce and Norma, B u rt'rn 

v ... | . . . 26. 

k u'.'-, I ri-d ond Orene, Walton, boy, 

• , Alii n Deci mber 26 
Ryan, Hubert ind Mory, Verona, girl. 



Rito J&; December 28. 

I rt and Audrey. Wa'ton, 
girl, Margaret Ann, December I 7 

Simpson, Orville ond Bi I lie, Walton, 
girl. Carolyn Marie, December 22 

Smith, James ond Alma, Union 
ieffry Lynn, December 29. 

' tl *art, Riley and Frances, Barling 

ti n i i,y. Bexnurd Ray. iaau n* l. 



rVest I and . ■ • rona g i r I , 

Connie I mber 20 

Wil' • Ji Men n and Peggy l rei i 
-bev-r St e p h en Ed v»o^, Oe«:e mb e > 5 

Yar ' ; ichard and Dorothy, Verona, 

boy. Gregory Lynn, December 19 

- it and Ovida, Walton, 
. t ilon, December 30. 



Fertilizer Is a high paying Investment that can return 13 to $4 
fur every dollar spent. 

the 1910-14 period The rust of 

fertilizer has Increased only 54 
per cent In the past 4o years " 

Figuring 11*10 14 prices at 100, 
the index of farm wage rates to 
day is 521. the index figure for 
taxes is 411, livestock 320, farm 
machinery 314, ;n»l seed 2. r )2. 
says t'ic committer The index 
for fertilizer is only 154. 

"The use of fertilizer to in- 
crease yields per acre arid i ut 
costs of produi'tiini is particu- 
larly important in these days 
of deflated farm prices and lu^h 
er costs." the statement con- 
tinues. 

"Soil specialists throughout 
the Corn Belt point QUI that fer 
tilu.er is one of the highest pa 
tng investments a farmer 
make " 



L ARM! US who ikimp on the 
use of fei tiliiei i an easily 
"save a penny and lose a dol- 
lar." says the Middle West Soil 
Improvement Committee, in cit- 
ing a re, ent statement by It M. 
Finley. University • f Illinois 
agrn ultural « onomlst 

"When a farmei ti i«d to cut 
' orners on the pun • a •• of in 
i ome building prixtu, lion items 
like fertilizer, k.ivs a state 
n ent i \ the con "he 

often can wind up with lower 
crop \o Is and smaller profits 

'•Actually, fertilizer is about 
.* ■ t i i'st item in farm 
produi ti ii today 

' Finley points out that most 
items fain. eis buy today cost 
three to five times more than 'in 



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Shortage of Freight 
(-irs Mav Hamper 
Fertilizer Movement 

PHE serious shortage of freight 
csrs w ,,s i i ted as a reason- 
why farmers should art imme- 
d ati ■ i oi ler and take de- 
liver) of 1 tor their 1956 
• 

r al rtage could be- 
spring," 

■ * ' rVest Si ,1 Im- 

i •■■■,. ■ • 

! not 
' ' I raw n iti 

i \ lume from | 
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t. 

t In turn could roean lo- 
I of ferl 

at the i ment Corn B< It farm- 

■ ■ ■ < d ii most. . 

<t niers, therefore, tan serve 
their i wn mt. res! I est l \ or- 
dei mg fertilizer n< w and tak- 
liv< i j as soon as it . ,m 
tngi d ' 
Transportation specialists re 
; • ■ present car 

• ' r soi ■ time, the 
•• says 

1 rtage i i 
• a • ii ' .d time* last fall, 

totall •'■ '-re at 
n j i ak It is tape i ing \ ' 
ally during the early winter 
but it < ould become 
n m spring 
Fa rmei i rve their "W-n 

Intel • ' best by ordering fer 
I an i takuiR delivei y now 

the fact i < an gel raw 
■ the i ommittee. 
Hut if ' lay taking 

delivery now. (ertilizel will pile 
up In fa< ' I deal 

ers' establishments. Cutbacks 
in production would have to !'<• 
and the fl< w of ph< isphate 
and potash from mine - to pr< > 
ducei ■ w ul ! ilai k . IT 
Tbi !'■ when the spring 

triil" I pe.ik an lV( B and 
body wants fertilizer. 
migl.t iioi be enough 
around, says the committee 

The rail freight transporta- 
tion problem li > omplii ated by 
a steel sh rtage I ampcring pro- 
du< tion and delivery of new 
says tin committee The 
rnih i . • i xpected to ! ave 

on order 140,000 new cars early 
m 19 iQ Hut th< pn sent squeeze 
i n Bti el supplies r 
dou ti some deliveries until 



Boone Births 

• ond Kotl 
rl Kristic C December 19 

1 Model" ■ •'• 

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used cubs 

1955 CHEVROLET 4-Door Bel Air Sedan 
1951 CHEVROLET 4-Door Sedan 
1951 FORD 2-Door Sedan 
1951 FORD 2-Door Sedan 

1950 FORD 6-Cylinder 

1951 FORD Dump Truck 
1951 CHEVROLET '/2-Ton Truck 
1950.NASH 4-Door Sedan 
1949 FORD 4-Door Sedan 
1946 OLDSMOBILE 2 Door Sedan 



ANNUAL WARSAW 



CHARITY BALL 



Saturday, Feb. 4 

High School Gymnasium - 9:00 Until 1:30 

nsored by Warsaw Lions Club — 

Featuring CLIFF LASH and His Orchestra 

Tabic Reservations Available for Parties of Four 
Persons to Twenty — If Requested In Time 

Warsaw, Ky. 

For Reservations: Write Miss Estelle Baker, Warsaw, 
or Call: Day, JO 7-5071— Night, JO 7-4741 

' .- ; • eTval • A " '■. • '.lade Unless. Cash 
Accompanies Request. 

-$3.00 Per Person— 








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every 

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FOR SALE— 

WALTON 4 n m h u mod 
ern. prii ■! ' [hf! 

BEAVBI ROAI 5 i m h u i 

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Main Street 
WALTON, KENTUCKY 

Phone 1852 
Austin Mann Realty Co. 

Dixil Hi |hwa> 'll Ululi l| : 

" ERLANGER, KENTUCKY 

Phone Dixie 1-5555 



The riot of today's truck claims and counter- 
claims can't blind you to genuine truck 
values when you insist on getting the facta. 

And the chief facts you should avoid missing 
are these: First, Dodge truck prices are down 
with the lowest. Second, Dodge bigger pay- 
load capacities and more efficient operation 
can save you money every trip. 

Compared with other leaders, Dodge gives: 

•^ Most Standard V-s Power in the entire 

1 ..-ton through 3 ' j-ton range. 

■jf Highest Tayload Capacities by as much as 
22% in the ><j-ton pick-ups; by as much 
as 76'7 i n tn c 1-ton express. 



-£ Shortest Turning Radius— for faster park- 
ing, quicker maneuvering. 

if Greater Body Capacities by as rguch as 
22.7% in the 9-foot express; by as much 
as 13.7','; in the >6 ' a -foot pick-up. 

Moreover, drivers like the fact that Dodge 
gives you the largest cabs, providing more 
hiproom, more shoulder-room. And that 
Dodge gives you greatest driving visibility, 
with as much as 21' ',' more windshield area. 

You want your next truck to save you 
money. Why not make sure it will? Just 
phono your Dodge dealer now— he'U give 
you the facts. 



GET YOUR 



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CleMitied Advertiiing Rata: 2S CMh 

per ad for 25 words, or leu; over 

25 words, 1 cent per word. 

All ads cash in advance. 



FOR SALE - 



FOR SALE — 13 Hereford cows and two 
Hereford moles 1 6 months old, Jersey 
cow, Guernsey cow. James B Ellisfon, 
Verona, Ky. 4t- 1 " 



FOR SALE — 400 bales of mixed has 
45 cents. Jack Crutcher FLeetwood 
7-5393 4t-4* 

FOR SALE — Cedar chest, made to order 
Bermce Witty, Nicholson Rood, Wal- 
ton, Ky. 2t-3* 



FOR SALE — Ut'litv trailer, in good con- 
dition, Norge electric range, cheap. 
FLeetwood 7-2978. 2t-3" 

FOR SALE — Fresh Holstein heifers, calf- 
hood vaccinated, aged Jersey. R. F. 
Woodward. Phone A8lantic 3-2112, 
until 4 00- p m ., afterwards, call 
ATlantic 3-2178 2t-4* 

FOR SALE — Nice 6-room modern shingle 
house, oil furnace, white ook picket 
fence all around back yard, garage, 
utility room with sanitary tubs, elec- 
tric hot water heater. Phone Walton 
1092 2t-4 

FOR SALE — Hav reasonably priced. Coll 
Alan Campbell FL 7-5544. 4t-4* 



FOR SALE— Registered Aberdeen B'ack 
Angus bull, 20 months old, sire 
Queens Evoder H.H.; dam Black Prin- 
cess C- 15; cheap Call Eugene Greer, 
FLeetwood 7-2430. tf 



FOR SALE— 8 ft meat box, almost new 
also electric slicer, scales show cases, 
counters, Burroughs adding macbine 
Laura G Connelly, Glencoe, Ky 2t-3 

FOR SALE — Six-room house, large lot 
Walton, Ky. Pay like rent Lee Lonter 
AtK rni y Williamstown, Ky. 2t-4 



FOR SALE— Alfalfa and mixed hay, bal- 
ed. Mrs. Loretta Schurder, Richardson 
Poad, near L &N Railroad bridge 

4t-3* 




FOR SALE — 8 tot hogs; 4 sows, to far- 
row March 10 y< ung Hampshire boar 
C C V* • Sherman Mt ZTon 

Rood. Phone TAy lor 4-531 1 2t-4 



FOR SALE— Alfalfa hay, $28 00 and 
S38 00 per ton. delivered. Fleetwood 
7-2586 Ru<sell Rector. 4t-2* 



Take advantage of this 

$1.50 a ton discount on 

mixed fertilizer. All you 

have to do is take delivery 

and pay cash for your Open 

Formula fertilizer before 

February 11, 1956. This 

discount is from our low 

cash price. Open Formula 

is the very finest fertilizer 

you can put on your land. 

Made right to drill right 

even after months of 

storage. So save $1.50 a 

ton — place your order now ! 



FOR SALE— 1.000 boles of olfolfo, first 
and second cutting and mixed hoy 
all without anv rain on it Look and 
make offer W P Robinson, Wolton 
Kv Phone 852 2t-4 

FOR SALE — Baled alfalfa or mixed hay, 
also straw. Fronk Jockson, Moffett Rd 
FLeetwood 7-5846. 4t-2* 

FOR SALE — 15 pigs; alfalfa hay; reg- 
istered Hampshire boar Jack Berk- 
shire, Stephenson Mill Road, Walton 

lt-4' 

FOR SALE — Hay put up without any 
rain; Straw and two cans Lard. Eli 
' Russell, Phone Fleetwood 7-5306'. 

4t-2* 



FOR SALE — 1 8 purebred Hampshire 
shoots, weigh about 80 lbs each. Joe 
Ryan. Phone Wolton 1395 2f-3 



FOR SALE — Three 8-weeks-old Poland 
China pigs, pure stock, $10 00 each 
Russell Rector, FL 7-2586 2t-2* 



Lipscomb Farm Supply 



iOUTIERN) 



HIGH SCHOOL COURT 



WALTON, KENTUCKY 



YOUR SOUTHERN STATES COOPERATIVE SERVICE AGENCY 




—SERVICE THAT SATISFIES— 

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WCKY, 12:15; WKBV, 12:30 (EST) 



NORMS BROCK CO. 

CINCINNATI STOCK YARDS 

A Live Wire ond Progressive Or- 
ganization, second to none. We 
are strictly sellers on the best oil- 
around market in the country. We 
hope you will eventually ship to 
us. Why not now? 

Reference: Ask the First 

Man You Meet! 



FOR SALE— 2 single unit Internotionol 
milkers, $20 00 each FLeetwood 
7-2535 2t-3* 



FOR SALE — Dressed beeves by quarter 
or whole. Phone FLeetwood 7-5969 
Ira Stephenson 2t-3* 



FOR SALE — 40-acrc farm, 6-room house, 
tobacco base, or trade for smaller 
farm Marian M. Evons, Stephenson 
Mill Rood, Walton. 3t 3* 



FOR SALE — Fine alfalfa hay, frrst, sec- 
ond and third cutting, no rain on it, 
priced reasonably. Call FL 7-7306, 
after 4:00 p. m. Mrs. Geo. Folmer, 
Mills Rood. 2t-3 



FOR SALE — 3-burner gas space heater, 
A-l condition, 50,000 B.T.U.; lorge 
mirror; large picture; Venetian blinds; 
30 sixty-gallon oil tanks. See Mrs. 
Cloud Willioms, U. S. 25, Route 2, 
Walton, Ky. lt-4* 



WANTED - 



WANTED — Woman to care for two 
children, oged 3 ond 5, ond do light 
housekeeping; 8 miles from Coving- 
ton, on Route 16. Phone FLeetwood 
7-7252. 2t-4* 



WANTED — Would like to rent a farm 
with tobacco base, house; cash rent; 
near Walton. Roy Wilson, 47 High 
Street, "Wolton: Ky. 4t-3* 



GENERAL HAULING— Sam Vest. Phone 
Walton 1342. H 



<?PEEPY 



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G>£MEMbE<< i^ ANYTHIN6 
60ES WG-0N6 BRir-KJ IT 
BACK AND WE'LL FIX IT 





fNOOOUBT ABOUT IT, WMtH 

BAHTH 
MOTOR.S 

REPAIR A CAR THEY PUT IT 
in -A MO- I" CONDITION. 
LOOKIT HER CO — o* on ' 





BUT I TELL YOU 
A TRAFFIC TICKET IS 
THE ONLY THINO ABOUT | 
A CAR WE DONTFlXf 




Walton 38 



WtttCKBR. SERVICE 

GENERAL REPAIR AND 

BODY WORK. I 

134 N. MAIN ST. WALTON, KY. 



FL 7-5115 




Come To Conrad's 



I will pay 10 cents per |*xin.1 t, r sift, clean white 
rags — no overalls or heavy materials iwe cannot use 
foi deonino;) This was a cold, clear day ond 
Brewster put in a new furnace coil for Erma Stock,man 
so she can have hot water Raymond Conner, who 
operates the form for Dk Edwards over on U S 42, 
called for on 8 gallon electric heated water fountain 
Brewster and Red brought in o vers nice Estot. 

■ la—it is in good condition and someone should 
have thil ■ it looks like new and they are not 
mode anymore SO now is the time to get a ver> nice 
cool heater- tor teveral year^ I 

J B Spegal was over and hod Red cut him o lot of 
water pipe, also bought a !•< » of fittings Wilsi n P • 
«• *.■ all kn * as Peti was busing, (*>ts and pans; only 
been married a weel but hi h\as to. have food — he 

Can't I . ••• anii l.lim Bill K * ' a tool 

tviv 'and u tor of-g, -hr—thev sure 

■ iv Chick sold Mr Pooir ovei ol Verona a 

|"hen I I Miller, at Nai- l( 

roll • •■ - ■ I and Brewster d 

this afternoon Jav W « I buying 

much, but looking around 

Mrs Sam Black bought a square aluminum tub Mov 
tag washer Larry Rygn «• . ■■■ he I ught a u 
lei ond a dm k bill 

sold ' low a usi .1 washei but I never SOW wl 

it was Russell Reel P from Arwood was in a tew 
minutes Mrs Nell Kellv brought in i,. • • li trie perco- 
lator for lirs Sam Hudson brought in a hotplate and 
a heating pad tor repair Mrs Kurt Richter bought a 
dish drainer and pyrex dishes Wimpy Steinhau'.i-r 

bought o lot of bar iron arid round V I 

car he is building for this year ] 

My good friend and salesman, C M Cof field who 
trawls tor W Bingham Co , Cleveland, Ohio am) who 
has been coming here for 32 years, was here today . I 
have been buying from him 21 years and he never left 
here without on order Today he left here with 
poge order — that is where I get a lot of this hardware 
They have the price and the hardware. I bought fi <n 
him for over three hours ond I only asked him to three 
lems they did not hove I bought log chains, tools, pod 
locks, scythe blodes, electrical supplies, lawn mowers, 
gate hinges, Cosco tobies, wrenches, pipe fittings, steel 
cable, stcpladders, extension ladders ond lots of other 
items I don't recall new 

We hovt several colors in rubber base flat wall fin- 
ish we are discontinuing — the company hos changed 
colors and we have to moke room for the new 
so we are selling what we hove — a gallon was 4 95, and 
is now 3 95, a quort was 1 45, and now I 25 Get in 



On this while it lasts It is good paint, |ust colors we will 
not carry any more Emmett Ward was first to buy — 
he got two gallons and wonts severol gallons more 
When you buv be sure to get enough becouse oil we 
will have is what we have in stock of these colors 

We will have o complete stxl r rubbei base point 
and a lot of new colors We have tb. ntinued 

i olors out front on o shell so (jet yours ond be ready I i 
redecorat.ng Robert Hoffman came oil t« r some point' 

repairs ha ran m.jt ol water ond alter filling the Cistern 
he could not gel the electric pump I picl Up ,( «' i oil 
cd me this o't, m. ... ent John. Vt 

he'll fix it Leon Hall come in ofter ' ; h p I 

■* . lei Mork Mr ld> .» n>, utter a 

t kei bell Fred Botl out m Pinei Rood called I 

f .] r, * .. • rnp I bod 

I the i wonl 

l u know h uw si v n we co u l d put htm .•• - •• ■ 

w, m out I lay 1 what b<- needed f weoi 

■ i ods i* 'nil wi wi i install 'i i wr\ n * Som i' , i 

qme in to get his tow choin 
• up ' i ■ . ... re lots ol 

thrm vino ' • I i 'them ' Roy I 

ughli r u . • * '■ wiili 

* like tl , . . , . ) t i 0(l | 

ips we hovi 
it of two week 
Mr. v Jon , , „, ., ,.. '.*-.'.. 

|ht a few ... ,. t>„. 

I ond soid how much und 

tub Mai i * ■ - • ' , ' 

Mi ! <nlii : • * ' ... I mr and 

Mir daughter oh ■ bought severol 

• hi • „ ■ '. i ... ,»*.,», ■■■ 

out Imrnrtl Ward came l>ocK oftti threi n gallons 

of that rut't er base paint we I ' r5 per 

*■ . m ving I « n Big B At 

I two mog rVe will 

set tin" '.' r^iov I ' ■ ' mon> c ji I 

os I have this >■ 

Mrs Wor" i / i Qw4 s mother, stopped ond got 
some Jelled Mog'C point-~she hod seen I hi rd s<> 

much about it Wp v Id stove pipe water pipe, arid 
fittings Horlcv ''(. '' ond wi'r tvoughl onother used 
tverol foi me Mrs Owen Flynn 
- - n ■ * br o ode r . they ore the 

besl ' When v u buy 

Jam. .....', I poultry I luipmrnt ' 

proud - I for years I mt One • * 

|ht years ^.)'id ' r loy if he wasn't 

. ■ • i li On 
• ■ . .. • , yoar 



for Si 



Large or Small 



See Powers 



CONRAD HARDWARE 

ALL TYPES OF HOUSEHOLD 



PHONE 23 



WALTON. KENTUCKV 



J 



WANTED — To rent farm, tobacco ond 
cows, on shces John Vallandingham, 
Crittenden,- fCy 2t 3* 



FOR RENT- 

FOR RENT — New 4-room house, base- 
ment, furnace, electric, woter in the 
kitchen and basement, olso garden, 
ond hen house. Located on Poole 
Rood, 1 mile off Route 14, 3 miles 
from U. S. 42, 3 miles from Verona 
Will be of premises Saturday only 
O. H. Hopkins Information, Dixie 
1-9500 2M* 



FOR RENT — House, also hay for sole 
John W. Conrad, 67 High St., Wol- 
ton, Ky lt-4* 



FOR RENT — Furnished apartment, 3 
rooms, bath Call Walton 32 or 16. 

tf 



FOR RENT— Walton Autotel has two 
lorge Trailer stotions with conveni- 
ences and low rates, city water. Lo- 
cated in South Walton. 4t-2* 



FOR RENT — Walton Autotel has two 
large trailer spaces with conveniences 
and low rates; city water. Located in 
South Walton. 4t -3* 

FOR RENT — Two-room apartment with 
bath, ground floor; heat and wate, 
furnished. Sec Mr. Huston at 44 So. 
Main, Wolton, Ky. I Wal 

ton 1485 

FOR RENT— 2.3 acres tobacco. Call 
Walton 67 IX ofter 4:30 p. m. T. R. 
Graham, Richwood Road. 2t-3* 



MISCELLANEOUS - 

RAZOR BLADES, less than 1c. Send .75c 
in stamps for 100 Don Juan Double 
Edge Blades or write for free samples. 
All postpaid. National Specialty Sales, 
Box 301, Cincinnati 1, Ohio. 7t 4' 



HEAT WITH THE SECOND SUN— Ken- 
ton County Coal Co. Terms cash. 
Kenton lump, $14.25; Kenton egg, 
$13.75; Scarlet stoker, $15.25 Water 
hauling. Joe Kunkel, owner, Nichol- 
son, Ky. FL 7-671 I. tf 

FREE ESTIMATES — Boone County Sani- 
tation Co. Cleaning ond repairing 
septic tanks. Call HEmlock 1-9641. 

tf 



ATTENTION DAIRYMEN — Breed your 
cows to the best selected sires through 
your Boone County Artificiol Breeding 
Co-op. For service, coll Technician 
Ben Riley, DU 4-3244 (if no on*wer. 
DO 4-3184). In Kenton county, coll 
FLeetwood 7-8001 ft 27 



TRADE IN your old watch on a 

watch, excellent timekeepers Huber's 
Jewelry, Walton ond Erlanger Stores 
lodies' or mon's outomatic winding 
Phone Wolton 180. tf-1 

NEW LOW PRICES on Southern States 
high quality hybrid seed corn Place 
your order now. Sove $ 1 00 per bu 
Ljpscomb Farm Supply, High School 
Court, Walton, Ky. tf 

ADDITIONAL WANT ADS 

(Continued on Poge 7) 



I ianu i •*-■ ,* N We hove a 

■ - • ■ I ( lOho that w« » frans- 
fer I I 'Xgl party who will to ke 

siallm'ents Write before" 
end Truck Credit Monoger, Jop- 
lin Pi. in Company P B « 784, 
Padueah Ky 2t-4* 

| 

READ JANUAkY M« El DIGEST — 

■ . .• H ' . ' re car own- 

' '■' form Aut I Insurance 

than an*, mponv in th«? world " 

Your Stale Farm Insurance ogent for 

Ewbonl 2f-4* 

SAVE MORE CASH ON AUTO INSUR- 
ANCE with STATE FARM'S new Care- 
ful Driver Rating Plan See me each 
wiek at Burlington Hebron, Florence, 
Union Wo 1 ' ' ■ nrrtti I . t Ewbonk, 
iw, Ky JO 7 4141 6t 4* 



AUTOTEL TOURIST COU't- 1 H 

cabins, by day or week also two larQe 
trailer spaces, with all convene 
reasonable rent, city wat' ■ 
Wolton, Walton, Ky 4t 3* 



BETTER CALVES of less, cost with the 
Southern States colf-roisirvg program. 
New energized calf-moker ond calf- 
developer. You'll moke obout $26 50 
on every coif. Lipscomb Farm Supply, 
High School Court, Wolton, Ky. tf 



[ Used Car Bargains j 

■ 

'53 BUICK Roadmaster 4-Door, pwr. steering, pwr. brakes 

'53 DODGE Station Wagon, radio, heater, auto, trans. 

'51 DODGE Wayfarer, radio and heater 

'53 DODGE 4-Door, radio and heater 

'50 OLDS "88," radio and heater 

! '53 PLYM. Club Coupe '50 CHEVROLET 4-Door 2 

Z '49 DODGE Wayfarer '47 CHEVROLET 2-Door ■ 

£ See the New 1956 Dodge : 

I PETTIT MOTORS | 

£ FLeetwood 7-4561 Independence. Ky. £ 



DeMoisey Gas 



FOR ... HEATING 
...COOKING 
. . .WATER HEATING 



Call Walton 1 372 



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WAI ION, KENTUCKY . THURSDAY. 



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Number 5 



Simon Kenton Is Upset 
by Newport and Dixie 



First Two Defeats In 
NKAC For Pioneers 



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LUVENA DENNERT 

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Services will : held i 

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with 



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Blade Balancer For 



Rotary Mowers Now 
Available al Erlanger 



I i H* first 

iim. •- 

id, m to I 

•n i rh* new Perfect 

, manufoi lured 

. • • ' '•" . ' ' 'n©' ' 

" irt announcing the 

■ - .n • i .1 f ji the Perfect 

Bolo' cei ' I ' ' ' 1*1 

perienci m • j lawn m .*• • I . • 

■ • rhowei (am, 
• 

jrvici ' - I H 'si-. 




Applications Open 
For Local Postmaster 
Until February 21st 



An I'wminoii ■ t , p tmostei 

»ith g solory' ' <4h. 
■ ■> . ■ ■ (or receipt of oppl, 

2 I I 956, the 

• .mm. ■.. n om ■ •■ * 

The " ■• n i< tol- ,ng oil | • 

" ' I .' I pu I . t Civic, 

•• rations to 

'.ig.f w.fll qu a lif ie d 
t for 

Cl»v • ■ ■ • 

cones in this 

' * yeoi • . thot they 

• . • luct and manage 

'■ 

thot 

how that they can 
with t'n put Ik agreeably ond it 

■ - 

■ yiii. v»ti ' wcuM command the n 



. . ... . . 

■' 

n , • talc a' wntt, n ■ • 

. in Covington. Those 

wh pa we' I I QSSi jm d final ratings 

— • (hii test on.! n (hi • 
ability and charact, r : I 

is a I . ', gum mt nt an,! oM 

oppliconts , ki ept td .,• entitled t . I 
iron preference mu.t be at least 25 
r ' • ma«imum age 

limit. 

Com, • ■ I ■•■ ition about thi i • 
animation requirements and instructions 
! r filing applications may be I btained 
, t office for which this exam 
■ ; announced Application 

forms mu.t be hied with the U b Civil 
Washington 25, D 

i. and must b, received or postmarked 
not I iter than (hi '21 



Perfect Blade Bolonccr 

! awn m wer i iwr* ■•■ (hi 

need to have the blodes balanced, by the 
(inv in t i t \ihration in their lawn m iw< I 
The blade is usually mounted on the 
, ngini r tnotoi haft • •' »l ti 
iml ' up yibroti n that dam 

ages not only the engine, but caus. un 
din w at and li osening of vital port 

Mr Hogedorn, (he inventoi of (hi new 
to. I, stated that to his knowledge, this 

p first tool f ir rotary blade balancing 
that hos been offered to the lawn mower 
service industry. Blade balancing has 
been Inefficient ond costly tor the ser- 
v ii i .hop. 

rhe Perfect Blade Balancer is sup 
plied with two top. red mondrel (hi 
range Of which p, rmit the balancing of 
all rotary blades, with hole diameter 
trom 5/16 ti I ' .' inch 

|"hi in w tool is shipp, I kn eked down 
and con !» set up lor immediate use 
-s**4*i ,uh "" ■' ■• ' ' ni V $27.50. 
f urthi i lion i an bi ibti lifted 

Ml ' i K\ 



FAYE H. STEPHENSON 

rV.i l j, i Dean Si Huff 

J6, of Verono, '• uti I . lii d 
ot I,, r h mi i onlay, Janujry 29, 

fun erviri wen h 1,1 Wed' ■ 

at I I 00 a m f tl Hamilton funeral 
Kelly K, i 
Burial was in N w 
no 

Vi Stepl irvived by her 

rid, Omer Li 
und ini .mall son, Kickis Lei ti 



Office at Coo-Par Concrete Co. 



Destroyed by Fire Last Thursday 



District 4 H Leaders Meet 

unl . 4 H Dub li odi i h 

I 1 1 1 s t r i c t 4 

ling, held at William t *• 

ided Mi ond Mrs J. A 

Mr and Mr Ralph I oltj Mrs 

.1 Mi s - P ot'e't Ho'fmon 

• importance to 4-H Cluli 

^ • in Northern Kentucky were discuss 

• • 4 M Club spec- 

exfei were also 

' Haior.: I cohditfohs pri 

■■ I many local leaders. 

Tobaccomen to Meet 

A Hunt, Field Agent in 
Agro»ii»ny if Agriculture, Unl 

f « i.tutky, n scheduled to meet 
with Kenton county tobacco growers at 
the Independence Courthouse, on Tues 
day February 7 at 1 00 a m , to dis- 
• ! arc production and marketing 

. 
«i!l talk on tobocco varieties, fer- 
, lontbed management, disease 
•orasite control and other tobocco 
mv 

Smith Sale Rescheduled 



C'ara Smith ouct i ' I osehold 

• for January 2 1, was post- 

d .■ t thi d*oth of her father, 

n the premises at Du«k 

Inn or U S Highway 42, Walton. 
2 on Saturday, February 4, bc- 
■■; at I I a m, according to Col. 
Luti Bradford, auctioneer. 



Interior Decorator 
Speaks at Florence 



Woman's Club Meet 



FIRST SPECIAL SESSION 
DEALS WITH HIGHWAYS 

Firs! ' ' in scheduled special legis- 
late to be < old ■! I \ G vi rm i 
A B Chandler following adjournment of 
• sion will deal with the 
topu of highway building and im| 
"i nt the Gov, mors other disclosed. 

During his compaign for office last 
peOJ Goyernur Chandler promised he 
would bx known as (he "road buildingest 
Govern I you have ever had." He also 
promised that if a bond iSSUi went neces- 
sary for modernization of Kentucky's 
i\ systt m he wool f hovi • h 
in submitting that issue ti thi 
I ei ill oni ' tin it approval I f it 

'id i t th, si ssions will ,1, al with 
(I ; |Ovei om. ntal rei irganlza- 

! a number of a 
lowed by a thin) on the state budgetary 
requTri ments, on,) the fourth will Be t i 
pi vidi odeqi Ite means of t.noncmg the 
pmgram. 

i . 

WILLIAM DEATHERAGE 

William Deatherage, 88, of Coving- 
ton, died last Thursday at his home. He 
had been o resident of 1 Kenton for 45 
yi it ■ 

Mr Deatherage leaves two daughters, 
Mi Mallie Deatherage of Covington, 
and Mrs. Richard Howord of Wolton; 
tlur, sons, Henry Deatherage of Cov- 
ington, Robert Deatherage of Grants 
Lick, and Steward Deatherage of Ken- 
ton I 8 ,;ri nd( hildrt n, 1.2 ., 
children, and a great great grand, luld 

ICjej^yyi re lull Saturday 
ot (he Kenton Bapt t~CKurcl ; iria 
in the Indei i I 



' Color — What Color Says," was the 
topic, discussed by William M. Lucas, 
■ t, rii r Decorator at Morton Hales Co., 
Cincinnati when he was guest speaker 
ot a meeting of the Stringfown Woman's 
Club, January 23, at the Cabana, Er- 
lanQrr. 

Mr Lucas began his talk by exploin- 
' w various colprs, tints and shades 
O'C di rived from three primary colors; 
(hen advised it is always best to use 
. and shades you personally 
like in di corating your home Walls and 
hould be kept in neutral I 
• nnging color into vour I 
with uphi Istery, hangings and ace 
u h os cut flowi ' osh trays I 
etc. After his talk Mr. Lucas answi n I 
many individual decorating problems 

Mrs Ri ctor Jones, president, pre ; > ! 
during (hi DUSini while CiviC 

problems were discussed. Followin.; the 
m, , ting members and guests en| . 
il hour, 
Min i i sent: Miss Maiy Jane 

Nusboum, Mcsdomes Russell Wilmhott. 
Richard Ammon, Jack Turner, CI 
Edwards Ji sepih Dringcnburg, William 
Tupman Joseph Cloxon, Byron Bach, 
Harvey Berry, Rector Jones, John Re\, I, 
Robert Ammon, Andrew Johnson Rob- 
ert Kennedy- William Long, Edw 
Royck Guests wen Mesdomes I 
Darroch Robert Lee Melvin Crist, and 
Weaver. 

Boone Tobbacco Meeting 

lli, Boone county wint. r tobacco 

nn . tmq will be held Monday, Fel 
6, at 8:00 p. m , in the Courthouse at 
Burlington, according to Joe Claxon, the 
counFy agent All growers or, u'o 
attend as tobacco is the largest cash 
crop in the county. 

Russell Hunt, tobacco specialist from 
tin- University of Kentucky, ond notion- 
ally known hurley tobacco auth> nty will 
discuss the 1956 burley tobacco produc- 
tion. He will also include the new and 
experimental data, varieties, fertilization 
and insect and disease control. 

55th Wedding Anniversary 

Mr. am] Mrs D R Elliott of Irtdepen 
li o. P ut, I celebeoted th, ii 55th 
annivi n ir\ on Januor\ 16 
bngi to itii .'ti • I who 



Share-Croppers Are 
Self-Employed Says 
Social Security Adm 



' . rthen K, ntuck v 
knowing that 

• ■ .iloyed 

1 Wart, District Manager of the 

Security Administ'ot.on, This 

share croppers ore building t 

rotection for themselves ir\ their 

old age and protection for their families 

in coii- of their death To qualify f< r 

• aluable fomily protection, they 
must have net earnings of at least $400 

' gross receipts of $800 or more from 
' jrming operations in o year." 

Mr Ware pointed out that share- 
's, like all form operators, will 
rt their earnings for social security 
purposes for the year 1955 by filing an 
income tax return with a farm schedule 
coppers must file these tax r<. 
turns with the District Director of In- 
ternal Revenue Louisville, early in '56, 
m order to receive social security credits 
' r their farmmj operations, even though 
they may not *c any income tax. 

Under a recent interpretation issued 
I , the Internal Revenue Sen. , rj and the 
'•ocial Security Administration, share- 

• rs in the usual farming a-r#hge- 
nh< nt in this area would be considered as 
self-employed. The landowner partici- 
pating the usual share-Crop arrangement 
•^ ' be considered os receiving income 
from rtr.t and would not have to report 
his income from his share of the crop for 
social security purposes, nor would he 

■ ' social security credit, Mr, Ware 
continued 
— F-©f — tox return — forms and — o ther — inU. 



T. U. CAMPAIGN PLANNED 




Man From Cincinnati 
Questioned About Fire 



A 24-yeor-old Cincinnatian arr. • ! 
on a traffic charge near the C 
Concrete Co., Richwood, was qui 
last Friday in connection with a fire 
which destroyed the company's off.ee 
uilding last Thursday night. The man 
• red as Richard WoodalL 



formation relating to the filing of re 
turns and tox obligations, contact the 
Internal Revenue office in Covington. 
For information concerning your right 
to social security payments, contoct your 
social security office which is now lo- 
cated at 729 Scott Boulevard, Coving- 
ton. Ky 

Simon Kenton PTA to Meet 

The Simcn Kenton PTA. will meet 
Monday, February 6, at 8.00 p. m , in 
the school cafcterio, with Mrs. Thomas 
Finney presiding 

Mrs John Cain, Founders' Dav chair- 
man, will**riave charge of the Silver Tea 
honoring all past presidents of the unit. 

Miss Elsie Hiteman, English and 
speech teacher at the school, will pre- 
sent Misses Eulonda Estes, Jackie Cain 
and Ruth Kanatzer in thro-- humorous 
monologues entitled 'June Night." 
"Ma at the P.T.A." and a cutting from 
the play "Camcll. 1 '' 

According to Mrs. J. Crouch, pub 
licity chairman final plans will he dis- 
• ' • rhi 'prmg festival 

Simon Kenton Band 
Boosters Club to Buy 
Fine New Instrument 



Cet3* 



The Pond Boosters Club of Simon Ken- 
ton High School held its regular meeting 
Monday night, January 23, in the school 
cafeteria, with Mrs. Bryant Rust, pres'-" 
ident, presiding A very good crowd of 
parents and friends attended. A .motion 
was made and carried to buy a very , \ 
pensive horn for the band — a good band 
ccn't play without good instruments. 

Preceding the meeting, the junior 
band, with their very efficient leader, 
Robert Roden, gave a short concert in 
the auditorium. These young people are 
really working with their leader and their 
music was very good. 

"We, who arc parents," said one of 
the mem 1 - i I I this year's senior class 
members of the senior band, surely do 
appreciate all Mr Roden has done for 
our child'cn, and we feel a bit ^ad when 
w thmk how i r I laduation (in it 
really is, but 

m the world they.w rays (, 

(hem music and 1 (hmg irr 

m 



Bluford Sloon, State Training Union 
Secretary of Illinois, will direct a Train- 
ing Union Enlagement Campaign in the 
First Baptist Church, Waltor., February 
5-10 About twenty other Boptist 
Churches in the North Bend Association 
will be cooperating in thi s endeavor with 
some of the best leaders throughout the 
southland. "> 

Bro. Sloan will direct a study for all 
the leadership in the church. The pas- 
tor, Joseph R. Tackett, will speak to the 
young people eoch evening on the sub- 
ject, "Plcnning Your Life, 1 ' dealing with 
subjects suchs,as: A Flanned Life, Choos- 
ing A Business Partner., Choosing A 
Mate Getting A Job. All young people- 
arc invited. A chance to ask questions 
concerning these subjects will be given 
to the youth. 

To Be Sent to Ft. Campbell 

Sgt. Allen C Faulkner, sen of Mrs. 
Cecil Foulkner, Route I, Independence, 
s scheduled to leave Ft. Bragg, N. £., 
fo Ft. Campbell, Ky., in. February to be- 
come a member of the newly activated 
01st Airborn Division. 

Sergeant Faulkner is now assigned to 
the 187th Airborne Regimental Combat 
Team at Ft. Bragg, which will be inte- 
grated with other units into the "Scream- 
ing Eagle" division when it is o'ctivated 
as a combat unit at Ft. Campbell. A 
member of the team's 1st Battalion, he 
entered the Army in 1947 ond has been 
with the 187th since, August, 1953. 

Bang's Disease Discussion 

Recent revisions in the Brucellosis 
(Bang's Disease) Control program mKen- 
tucky will be discussed by representa- 
tives from the State Veterinarian's of- 
fice at a meeting to be held at 8 sD p 
m., Wednesday, February 15, at the 
Courthouse in Independence . 

Changes in blood testing, indemnity 
payments and the Ring test for dairy 
cattle will be explained. 

All Kenton county dairymen are cor- 
dially invitid to attend this importanv 
meeting, which is sponsored by the Ken- 
ton Utopia Club. 

Alpha Class to Meet 

The. Alp ^a Sunday School class of the 

Walton Baptist Church, will meet this 

.jry 2 1 evening at the home of 

Mi l<uth Stephenson, Verona Road. All 

members are urged to be present. 

Duvoll at Burlington 

F, E. Duvall, Contact Representative 
o,f the Kentucky Disabled Ex-Service 
Men's Board, will be at the Court House 
in Burlington, Monday, February 6, from 
9:00 to 1 1:30 a m. He.will assist vet- 
erans and their .dependents with claims 
for benefits due them as a result el their 
military service. 

Founders Day at U. K. 

Founders Doy will be observed by the 
University of Kentucky on Wednesday, 
February 22, with the "Education: the 
Concen of the People." as the theme. 

More than 100 Kentucky teachers 
who have had 45 years or more teaching 
i xperience and are still actively engaged 
in the profession will be guests cf : 
for the Found, r 



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He was arrested by State Troopers 
Algin Roberts and Orlester Mahoney on 
U S Highway 25, near Richwood Road. 
Officers said they followed his auto after 
he acted suspiciously A charge of reck- 
Inving was placed against him as 
he "ran'' the stop sign on Richwood 
Road, entering U S PS 

The troopers soid they found in the 
Woodall car o portable radio ond an 
adding machine, which later proved to 
be property of the concrete firm 

Shortly after the man was taken into 
custody, the troopers discovered flames 
pouring from beneath the roof of the 
one-strry concrete block building which 
housed the office of the plant. 

Volunteer fire departments from Wal- 
ton and Florence were summoned. 

Chief Charles Worthington, Walton, 
said the flames destroyed the company's 
records, a desk, other office furniture 
and equipment, and a television set. 
Assistant Chief Owen Martin, Flcr 
said the damage was estimated at 
$2,500. Robert Zapp is manager of the 
pi^nt 

Roy Green, Walton fireman, suffered 
a puncture wound in the right foot when 
he stepped on a nail while fighting the 
blaze. He was treated at the scene. 
Small Fire at Ryan's 

A small fire ot Ryan's hardware and 
dry goods store, Walton, was quite handy 
f ' local firemen lost Thursday morning, 
it being only about 200 feet from the 
f i rehouse. 

According to Chief Worthington o 
cigarette had been dropped in the base- 
ment and the owner, Geo. W. Ryan, 
called firemen when he smelled smoke. 
A piece of linoleum hod caught fire, and 
damage was said to be about $25.00. 



Seventy-five Kenton 
County Homemakers 
At Farm-Home Week 



Seventy-five homemakers, represent- 
ing the Kenton County Homemakers As- 
sociation, attended the 44th annual 
Farm and Home Week at the University 
of Kentucky, Lexington, this week. 

Mrs. R. P. Matchett, Lakeside, State 
President, presided at all sessions of the 
conference. 

Delegates attending the entire session 
were listed as follows: Mrs. Bernard 
Grimm, county president, Miss 1 'ma E. 
Byerly, home demonstration ac nt; Mrs. 
John Sowls, Edgewood; Mrs Alfred Hes- 
sclman, Elsmere-Erlarger, Mi s Louis J. 
Nutini, Erlanger Evening, kin Paul 
Wright, Foirview; Mrs. T. A i"'avis, 
Winston Hill; Mrs. R. W. r (1 Piner, 
and Mrs. R. P. Matchett I Presi- 

dent. ' 

Women held their own i~i me - -wth 
the exception of one c f| Men 

and women attendee! a ion 

on "The Form Family of the Fo li e '' m 
Memorial Coliseum W •■ after- 

noon. Speakers included R G Gustav- 
son,_ president of Rt I r :he Fu- 

ture, Inc., Washington, and Mis. Luella 
Canterbury, Chicago psychologist .an- 
alyst and lecturer. 

Special events included a tea by Pres- 
ident ond Mrs. H. L. Donovan, a house- 
hold equipment show, movies, and a 
basketball game between the University 
of Kentucky and Duke University. 

Better Late Than Never 

The American Legion Auxiliary wishes 
to express their sincere thanks to all 

who purchased Christmas trees from the 
unit. We also v. ant to inform you that 
th ■ 'sale of Christmas trees is to be our 
. ,arly proj . t, 

ting of the unit is to be 

' th. Citv Hall, February 14. All 

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able home is found 

Dor Kenney had the bad luck to lose 
half of a fmger in the machine he was 
running cf the Mosler Lock Co. 

Mr a n d Mrs Lesl 
guests of Vr end Mrs Dt»cv Parsons 
and children Sunday 

Mrs Chcrles Losey and J B weri 
guests Sunday cf Mrs 0'- I Wal- 

ton. 

Mr and Mr; Howard Barnetf spent 
the weekend with relatives. 

Lets all make a big effort to get out 
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Inter-State Bottle Gas 

Immediote Installation ond 
Prompt Service on Refill. 

"Brown" Gas Stoves 
Gas Hot Water Heaters 

Jansen Hardware 

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Florence Verket of Sreenville, Ohio wen 
married ot Connen villi Ind., Jon 19. 

Mr ond Mrs Olnn PTncr ond dough' 

tii, (eonii pent Saturday with th< ii 

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NOTE OF APPRECIATION— 

Wi' wish to l npn . Our sincere thanl" 
l" pp1e rif Walton, and oil thr. 
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not ■ rtci '• ' '• of our horn. I . 

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Raymond Beach, Ed Wot son, ond tin 
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Indionni- Ii I'M wen guests of Mrs 

Lydia Di'uit, W dm 

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Mr ond Mrs Willie Mattin, ot 
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LANG'S CAFETERIA 

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Having sold our farm, we will sell at auction our fur 
niturc and tools at our home on MT. ZION ROAD, just 
off the Verona and Crittenden Road, 3 Miles South of 
Verona, Ky., on 

Sat., Feb. 4 

1 :00 P. M. 

Bcdroo msuitc, 3 rugs, dresser, kitchen cabinet, kitchen 
table and four chairs, gas cook stove, refrigerator, stand 
table, electric lamps, couch, six window screens, 130 con- 
crete blocks, mowing machine, disc harrow, two land 
plows, rastus plow, 1 shovel plow, 1 horse sled, gas chain 
saw, 3' 2 h. p. motor, some small tools, three bundles of 
green shingles, and many other articles. 

Mr. & Mrs. Gene Hanks 

OWNERS 

- • Sale Conducted By 

Harry F. Johnson Auction Company 

PHONE FLEETWOOD 7-2767 



FOR SALE 
NEW 

GAS RANGES and REFRIGERATOR 



TAPPAN 



$179.95 



2 Super Sixty Series 

1 Super Sixty Series (Chrome Oven) $191.95 

1 Meadowbrook, 36" $184.95 

1 30" Deluxe Range with matchless oven $179.95 

1 40" Standard $ 99.00 

1956 Tappan Greenbrier, Tappan's finest only $279.95 

1 Florence Governess with amazing 3-way top $199.95 

1 Detroit Jewel, 30" $135.00 

1 Sunray Gas Range ■$ 9*00 

1 2-Door Hotpoint Refrigerator— save $10Q_ $359.95 

DeMoisey Gas Co. 

WALTON, KENTUCKY 



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Ahcay Lead to Happiness 
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Accounts Now Insured 
Up to $10,000 



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you'd pay for the lowest-priced 
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the easier-washing advantages of 
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Why Pay More, When 

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All Our Cars Are Carefully Inspected by Our Factory Trained Mechanics 



1948 MERCURY Club Coupe, radio ond heater, 

no money down $195.00 

1953 HENRY J 6-cylinder with overdrive, 
like new $100.00 down 

1947 PONTIAC Club Coupe, radio and heater, 

no money down $195.00 

1953 CHEVROLET 2-Door— if your credit is good, no 
money down. 

1951 FOR&l-Ooor, radio and heater, will finance 

1947 OLDS Clb. Coupe, clean, no money down, $150.00 

1949 MERCURY 4 Door $100.00 down 

1954 FORD 4-Door, light green will finance 

1951 FORD ! 2-ton truck, with rock, clean, $200 down 

1952 FORD Victori a, extra clean will finance 

1939 MACK 1-ton truck, ready to go— will sell cheap 



1948 MERCURY 4-Door, radio and heater, runs 
good, no money down $250.00 

1947 CHEVROLET 4-Door, radio and heater, 
runs good, no money down $195.00 

1950 CHEV. 2-Door, powerglide, clean $100.00 down 

1950 FORD Custom 8-cylinder, radio and heater, 
perfect $100.00 down 

1947 CHEVROLET Convertible, new top, runs 
good, no money down _ $250.00 

1944 JEEP, 4-wheel drive, motor just overhauled, cheep 

1951 CHEV. 2-Door, black _ will finance 

1952 CHEV. 4-Door, extra nice will finc^e 

1949 MACK tractor, 1954 White engine, good ru!^?r 

1951 FORD 1 ! 2-ton truck, 2-speed axle, 

14' bed _ $150.00 down 




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WALTON— Main & Depot Streets FLORENCE— 76J8 Dixie Highway 

Hours V ■ • . Wed., Friday hours: Monday, Wed., Fridoy, 

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Exemplified in Nature! The Habit of All Her Creatures? 
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Saving 
Makes It Possible 



This fellow has the right idea. He's dreaming 
of -a- home of his own — and he's saving for it. 
He knows that 'livings, here, are insured to 
$10,000 and earn a worthwhile return. How 
about you? Are you dreaming of owning a 
home, educating your children, or-^irwfiting by a 
i business opportunity? Then open a savings 
account here with a convenient amount and 
SAVE with a purpose! 



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Why Don't They Come Back? 

When Jesus curve! those ten 
lepers even he seems to ha\o 
, si that of 

them came back to thank him 
We don t know, but pei haps we 
can V( ' why 

nine-tenths of those men who had 
felt the miracle-working 
of God, u&enl " ' ■— ii * kful 
ways In silence Once man 
have thought: "Wh ki This 

cure may riot be ] 
ter not rush around shouting Hal 
lelujah till I see Whether this cure 
is going to stick " Another per- 
haps said to himself. ' Y.> I m 
cured But I'm sorry it had to 
be that Jesus from Nazareth !!■ 
doesn't have to la r« ; utal 

with the aul I —it isn't 

healthy to be known as one of 
his fri( nds I'll play 
Another one ma} • 
t • is; but 

address'' as we would say He 

kept on meaning to, some day 

but he never did And pvih.it .-■ still 
another fully inti i '■• '■ to exi ■ 
his thanks, but he said t< 
self. "Just an ordinary hasty 
Thank -y . I t d I'll wait 
I can do something really Bi 
for him. something that will re 
pay him. perhaps with Lnt< i 
for what he has done . . ." Bui 
the time never came. Aren't 
these some of the very rea 
you and I give for not being 
grateful to God or man? 

Cause for Rejoicing 

Curing leprosy the way Jesus 
cured it is a miracle In any- 
body's language. Most of us 
think we would be grateful for 
miracles, if and when—; but I 
ordinary days, the usual course 
of events, we don't see God - 
hand and we do not feel any call 
to be thankful. As a matter of 
fact, Gods mercies surround' us 
on every side. We owe him life 
to begin with; it was God's en 
tive power that brought life 
being, in a universe hitherto life- 
less. It Is God's providence that 
has kept the stream of life flow- 
lag down the ages; his providence 
that gave you the ancestors with- 
out whom you could n"t be what 
you are When you think of the 
enormous number of accidi nl 
call them that) which rniyht easi- 
ly have prevented your tx 
born at all. and the "accidents" 
without which you would rfever; 
have been born on this planet. 

you i ■ gin to see ho.v gral 

you I be '■' t pi ople ■ 

ably, if saved from sudd, i 

By it -hor- h:, 
killed right beside tb< m, 

a trembling "Thank y 
' God. . 
Gratitude and Happiness 

n Jesus said to the one 
■ • I man, ' Your fa I 
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: leans to n full life 

is a hint here that : 
■ If is a flowi i '• 
faith Also tlu pe Is a hint that 
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little gitl ii pitying only a game . . . a 
childish little game called blind man's butf. Any 
time she wants to, she can whip ■ ff that blindfold 
in the twinkling > : sn eve 

But . . . supp sc she couldn't? What if the were 
rd to keep her blindfold on forever? 

There ire'n ptacfi in the world today 

here people arc blindfolded, mentally snd spirit- 
ually, and where they «re denied one of the 
itest of all freedoms . . . the freedom to wor- 
ip they 'will, We, who have that freedom, 
-hou'd guard snd cherish it. For ours is the right 
to be enlightened. 

If we don't go to Church, if we refuse to remove 
our own spiritual blindfol Is, we hive no one but 
ourselves to blame. Put en a blindfold, and see 
how it feels. Imagine what it would be like to 
wesr it forever, over our eyes, our minds, our 
souls. Then, next Sunday, go to church— and find 
out what it really means to see • 



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READNOUR COAL b FEED 

Phone 154 Wolton, Ky 

HAGEDORN'S MAYTAG SERVICE 

856 Dime Hi'woy, Erlongcr, Ky Dixie 1 5233 

WALTON LUMBER COMPANY 



Phone 19 



Walton. Ky 



PHOENIX RESTAURANT 

"The Home of Good Food" Wolton, Ky 

RYAN HARDWARE & DRY GOODS 



Phone 99 



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LIPSCOMB CO OP FARM STORE 

Phone 100 Wolton, Ky. 

BRAKEFIELD DRUG STORE 

Phone 63 Wolton, Ky 

WALTON FOOD MARKET 

Fine Foods Wolton, Ky 



DIXIE STATE BANK 

Wolton, Kentucky 



YOUNG'S RESTAURANT 

Dinmrs, Sandwiches, Drinks Walton, Ky 

WALTON GARAGE 

Phone 40 Chrysler & Plymouth 



R. C. DURR, General Contractor 

FLretwood 7 3841 N.tholson. Ky. 

DAN ROBERTS, INSURANCE 

Phone 66 North Moln St.. Wolton 

FLORENCE DEPOSIT BANK 

Florence, Kentucky 

CONRAD HARDWARE 

Phone 23 Wolton, Ky. 

KRAMER ELECTRIC SERVICE 

McMillan Dr.. Indei ■ Ky, FL 7-4311 



CONSOLIDATED TELEPHONE CO. 

^ Florence, Kentucky 

DIXIE CHEVROLET SALES 

- Phone 95 Walton, Ky 

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LOSEY'S GARAGE & GROCERY 

Open Doily - South Walton - Phone 529 

BANK OF INDEPENDENCE 

Independence, Kentucky - - 

B-M SALES & SERVICE 

°hone—38 Wolton, Ky 

ST. CLAIR SERVICE STATION 

Texaco Gas, Oil & Tires "Walton, Ky 

WEBSTER RADIO SERVICE 

Radio Television Soles Service Walfon, Ky 

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A. M. LINTON, BARBER 

Walton, .Kentucky 

BI-COUNTY FARM BUREAU 

Atlantic 31 1 1 1J Di * n. Ky 

DEMOISEY GAS COMPANY 

Walton, Ky 



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MODEL FOOD STORE 

Phone 21 Wolton, Ky. 

ARTISTIC DRY CLEANERS 

Phone 144 Wo'tun, Ky_ 

STURGEON ELECTRIC SERVICE 

Phone 134 Walton, Ky 

HALL Electric & Appliance Service 

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W> Gil Kingnhi'ry 

Kansas Takes Note: 

• ■ tor Fronk l irl i f Kansas , 
tribute ' thi stote of Ki nturky the 
in an ortiflo published m the 

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It '.. ,t..i Carlson made c. 

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ich hoooi And Kentucky led all the 
■ t witl • hi totesmen hoving served 
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• ■ • . : . ■ . fficiali 

with leading Citizens from riv. • 

mmunities t pack tl , foi 

■ rtgt ■ It .'tis that the 
•■ nt in his budget, failed to allo- 
■ nough mone\ for flood contr i pro- 
Tl ot means when senati and 
i. um c immittees get reocfv ' 
hearings Kcntuc* ian 5 will be sum" 
t.. the Capitol to present their cases. 
! t- the usual situation, something that 
Comet up every year when appropriations 
ore considered 

Post Office: 

To Harrison county educator Ri , rts 
on the White House Conference on Edu- 



Staffordsburg Homemakers 

ich Rich, pi lent, presidi 
• ■ •■ rtuory mei hi g if thi I il 

" ■ lost food demonstrol 

t tl I'. , ;r Vf Q\ , t. r Hill and 

Emil ten eokfort fot 

Much praise was given the 

n , scrambled eggs, an.) I i 

Mr lohn ! how ; i ndux ' 

m with "My New Year's Foith In 

Mrs J A Ki id the 67th 

Mrs Bluch Rich gave a reading 

1 1 while Mrs J. C. Beall 

-II means work 
M.i I J kapp suggested core and se 
■ ot shrubs and the pruning of 

A special class day will he held at 

" ■ home of Mrs Bluch Rich for the 

making of. lamps The next regular 

it thi ■ me of. Mrs L 

: on Staffordsburg Rood 

v. .... . • ;.....!„ v. ..lames E 

Denver Binder, Clinton Henry, 

■ • Rich, J C Beall, L J Rapp, L. 

M.i.l. r kalph How- 

-' ; Cheser Hill Emil • ■ Edith Ware 

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Byrm J A Keeney and Roy 

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that's what makes the milk! The milk which your 
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K i:\TUCKIANS 




in WASHINGTON 

liy Gil Kini[*t>iiry 

Basketball Note: 

V.! report semi-annually on I 
Kcntu. . 

ing in and around V. n with the 

■ ims 

Trie other night the *■ * 
team and the Air Force AH Srors toi 

Sure enough ' rmer Ken- 

tucky Wildcats starred. Cliff Hugan 
made 24 point rid Lou Tsii 
17 for Andrews And Billy Evans made 
20 for the All-Stars. Andrews won, 82 
to 76 ' , 

A Eulogy: 

Those KentUCklans who participate m 
politics (onj that includes just ahout 
everyone' will be interested in the eulogy 
inserted :n the Congressional ReCQid re- 
cently by Congressman Frank Chelf It 
told about the life of Mrs. Nell Vaughn, 
Dem cjtic leader in Kentucky, who died 
a f( w weeks ago. 

Mrs. Vaughn, from Glasgow, was the 
mother of Billy Vaughn, who, for many- 
years was superintendent of the House 
Radio Gallery, and then on aide to Vice 
President Barkley Billy, incidentally, 
is now employed in the office of the clerk 
of the senate. 

School Building: 

A Louisville paper, reaching the cap- 1 
ital, carried a story about a one-room 
, in Greenup county. 

vVell, |ust ocross the river from Wash 
n, in old Alexandria, they just 
c.ened o "new" school a building con- 
structed in, honest! 1785 The struc- 
ture, so the local historians say, was 
built with the financial support of Geo. 
Washington. It's being used on a tem- 
porary basis — Alexandnons hope. 

This and That: 

This session of Congress has been 
one of the dullest in recent years. Both 
sides ore waiting for the other to make 
a mistake. . . . Kentucky lawmaker; re- 
port that Adlai Stevenson has the edge 
over Senator Kefauver in the Florida 
primary. . . A Washington paper de- 
clares tha Adolph Rupp will quit after 
this year at U. of K. It's been denied. 
... The new Congressional Directory is 
out. Senator Berkley's biography is the 
longest among Kentuckians, Senator 
Clements' the shortest. You can get 
copies at the Government Printing Of- 

A/. • itx rs of 4-H clubs in Ohio county 
■ jttening 42 calves, and also raising 
h^gs, sheep and chickens, as well as 
mi r.g cows. 

Strawberry growers in Trimble coun- 
ty plan to sell No I berries on the fresh 
berry market and No. 2's to pocessing 
plants. 



SIMON KENTON UPSET TWICE 

tmucd from Page One) 

19-43 It od 
i Butlt r hod < for thi 

Ru< ! ol 4. Sitvi I 
' Elliott 17 I utli i I 

4, Mcx 

,, 1 Tli"'. ■ 1 9 $n en— H \ net 16 

M n " ponmg 

51 37 
Dixie Heights 72, Simon Kenton 58 

D:v ' Little C lisplay 

[ ing then I ffort of I I n, -.ur- 

prised the strong Sim^n Kir: I I 

with o 72 ^8 setback Tm'vlov ni i I 

• Dixie v>ith o 4-4 NKAC re rd thus 

Is tht If 

- ■ * |ht If ague win t 

team, out of coi idero- 
. • • n re vi 

tied at 2-2 4 4 6-6 a--.' Littl- 

.-. H I ' *ord Staci \ leading 
the w . . • It st o , > The 

winners led 16-10 at the quarter with 
•t,-ig eight r had 

■ • r r hi p, meers 
Dixi Ided 1 6 points in tl 

to load 32-26. with Stocey ogam 



le a din g >he wov with t ,ght and Llcyd bfilfi us to i 

Brueckn, r ; itting H |hr tot thi 

Dixie increased the third peri d lead to 

14 ix-mts at one stage but the Pi 

cut the margin to 5' 42 at H 

end Stocey end McKibben each had 

eight tor the C 



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Choosing Kitchen 
Counter Finishes Is 
Question of Concern 

unt\ 
Whicl ' ' ' the 

., - int er is a questi m of 

then k iti hens 

. when mcfny I 
t . ore on the 

market 

which of I 

the CI Expci im 
■,.',• hffi ri nt ty| 
mot i ■ ■ i lal ratory ten an h 

* they ffected by m 

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tudy ilia irt< ludi d 
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mi. ii. ,1. mi _ Lln6leum I ro'awnnWv 
priced uld not I i. d t 

t thx riv re .' 
ond i'«p< r»i\ . mat* rials 

1 'mobility is ,) itl ' !>■) 01 |Um( f»l I ■ -i 

ind stainl. I I . i • i , , 

I tii .t these materials ore' hard ond 

nt 1 inn 



Monthly Social at Kenton 

► ton ond ( rnmu mteei 

I , ii-i. nt will I - im mthly 

oi iol ol tl" fit I H i in Ki r»l m, on 

Saturday i vi ning ' i bruary 4 i • ginning 

,;i mm i hoi l< ■ ' .nz/i'll i hoirman 

thi 
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peciolly . I cl ■. I . in dump tium.it 

i lirrtat 

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w.ll di p. n,l n I 

liven the Ohi I I ■ 

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gradi ' ond u* 

SVm.t. H \N - lam 

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[<ulk mill ■ installed 

on 20 farm 



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our h ( mmunity ond in ui 

world 

Ri \, At* ins< n on tx con- 

gregat • ■ holly invites j' : who hove 

The winners held ' no church home- ' worship 



a 21-16 edge in 
Simon Kenton 



the final period 

2 \ oughan 



Ruebel 8 Braectener 1'7 Elliott 14, and- - 
Butler 13 

Dixie Heights Eveleth 8. Eger 10, 
Gdrdner 5, Stickrod 2. Heckman 4, 
Stocey 30 and McKibben 13 



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day 



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We are glad to report that Morgan 
Chandler has returned home from St 
Elizabeth Hospital and doing nicely 

We were sorry to lose cur nei:j' 
Mr. and Mrs Lloyd Boll and fomily who 
moved to Austerliz, Ky. 

Sorry to hear that Warren Rich has 
been so sick with scarlet fevi ' 

Laura Chipmon, who has been away 
at school, is visiting ner parents this 
week. 

A 3c Paul L. Perkins, who is station- 
ed at Loring A. F B , Maine, son of 
Mr and Mrs Joe Perkins, Verona, call- 
ed home to wish his mother a happv 
birthday. Paul and his bride of three 
months will come home in the spring 

The children oround Verona have 
been enjoying the snow the past week, 
sleigh riding 

Kentucky and Ohio University special- 
ists addressed vegetable growers in the 
Greoter Cincinnati area 

Milk poduction in Spencer county the 
past season was 20 percent higher than 
in 1950 

A program to have farm ponds fenced 
has been launched in Both county. 

Strawberry growers in Knott county 
cooperated in buying straw to use as 
mulch. 

Fayette Hordin of Greenup county, 
who has a 5,000-bird broiler house, is 
building a 1,000-hen laying house. 



FOR SALE-WALTON 

House and lot at 44 High Street, in Walton; lot 66 by 
342 feet; renting for $60.00 per month; insured for $4000. 
Selling to settle estate— $4,500.00. 

A. B. RENAKER 

Office PhorSe 12 Burlington, Ky. Res. Phone 55 
J. G. SMITH, BURLINGTON— PHONE 83 



Shortage of Freight 
Cars Mav Hamper 
Fertilizer Movement 

"PHE serious shortage of freight 
■■• cars was cited as a reason 
why farmers should act imme- 
diately to order and take de- 
livery of fertilizer for their 1956 
crops. 

"This car shortage could be- 
come so severe in the months im- 
mediately preceeding spring." 
says the Middle West Soil Im- 
pruvoment Committee, "that 
fertilizer producers might not 
be able to move raw materials 
in needed volume from phi>s- 
phate and potash mines to fac- 
tories. 

"That in turn could mean lo- 
calized shortages of fertilizer 
at the moment Corn Belt farm- 
ers need it most. 

"Farmers, therefore, can serv« 
their own interests best by or- 
dering fertilizer now and tak- 
ing delivery as soon as It can 
be arranged." 

Transportation specialists re- 
port that the present car short- 
age may last for some time, th« 
committee says. 

The freight car shortage ex- 
ceeded 20,000 at times last fall, 
while carloading totals were at 
a peak. It Is tapering off season- 
ally during' the early winter 
months, but it could become 
critical again in spring. 

Farmers can serve their own 
interests best by ordering fer- 
tilizer and taking delivery now 
while the factories can get raw 
materials, says the committee. 

But if farmers delay taking 
delivery now, fertilizer will pile 
up in factory storages and deal- 
ers' establishments. Cutbacks 
in production would have to be 
made and the flow of phosphate 
and potash from mines to pro- 
ducers would slack off. 

Then when the spring freight 
traffic, peak arrives and every- 
body wants fertilizer, there 
might not be enough to go 
around, says the committee. 

The rail freight transporta- 
tion problem is complicated by 
a steel shortage hampering pro- 
duction and delivery of new 
cars, says the committee. The 
railroads are expected to have 
on order 140,000 new cars early 
in 1956. But the present squeeze 
on steel supplies may slow 
down some deliveries until 1957 



01 • which quo l i t n 

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ti ri thi >. fit pra< ti< olhj bi . • I 
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. • ■ • noli urns ani) vinyls 

they ore not "noisy 

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■ ■ . * •• the right tools These 
ngu) high-pri 
istic should not t»e confused with 
flexible fy 'tiat emes 
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linoleum they ore flemble. >o lervd ' 
selves ' "• instollot n by the hem 
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INCOME TAX TIME 

and you want to pay what you owe, no more 
and no less. If you paid by check you have 
a complete list of deductions on your check 
stubs. And if you didn't ... 
Open a checking account and get ready for 
next year. You'll be time and money ahead. 

Dixie State Bank 

WALTON, KENTUCKY 



Member F D I C. 



D*po*'t» Insured Up to $1 0,000 00 



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;>50 PONT. 

■ 2-Door 

: $495 



THE OLD 



■'50BUICK 

■ 4-Door 

S $445 

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■'51 BUICK 

pj 2-D r 
■ Han .,p 

$745 



50 PACK. 

4-Door 

$225 



'51 FORD 

$495 



■'52 BUICK 

4-Door 

- S795 



'51 DODGE 

4-D ior 

$395 



'52 FORD 

4-Door V8 

$725 



50 OLDS. 

4-Door 

$495 

'51 PONT. 

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$645 

'52 PONT. 

2-Door 

$795 

'53 PONT. 

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Whether you bring along your own export or not, 
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inspected and reconditioned because they carry the 
Chevrolet dealer warranty in writing. Wide selec- 
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1953 PLYMOUTH 4-Door $995.00 

1951 PLYMOUTH 2-Door _ 47500 

1952 Sedan Delivery 850.00 
1951 FORD V-8 2-Door 550.00 

1951 FORD V-8 2-Door 500.00 

1950 FORD "6" 2-Door 400.00 

1950 NASH 4-Door 375.00 

l<ol FORD Delivery Truck 550.00 

1949 PLYMOUTH 2-Door 300.00 
1955 CHEVROLET Sport Coupe- 2050.00 

1950 PLYMOUTH 4-Door 350.00 

Dixie Chevrolet Sales 

Phone 95 Main Street Walton, Ky. 




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NolKI It you n. . ,| help on your 

Ion I i- 
keeping 4t ? 

A I UNIT ION DAIRYMEN- Breed your 
the In si selected Sires through 
, ui Boone County Artificial Breeding 
i lor m rvice, coll Technician 

Ben I Hi v. DU 4 3?4 4 (i * •"" on'twer, 
DU 4 11841 In Kenton county, roll 
I Leetwood 7 8001 tt 27 



ROLM'b SLAUGHTEI MOUSE I 

butchering; also ".ausoge and lord 

■• i li 'i», • I I mill I . il 

111 Highway Phone 1 1 7 2735 

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TRADE IN your old watch on a new 
watch, encellent timekeepers Huber'i 
Jewelry, Wolton ond Erlgnger Stores 
ladies' or mon's automatic winding 
Phont Wolton 180 H-l 

fURNITURE Antique reproduction ond 
modern furniture in cedar ond cherry 
Custom cobinet mokers, modern ond 
antique refimshmg Bronum Wood- 
work Shop, Verono. Ky., P.- 1 tt 



NE^v .. .ICES on Southern States 

hlflh quality hybrid seed corn. Pine 

1*1 IKW '.ove $ 1 00 p< r I u 

I ,v mb farm Supply, High Schoo 1 

t urt Wolti n Ky tf 



_CAI- . A > I Ami 

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f rOTEt rCHJRI! T COURT H I 

- ■ ■ ■ ~'\ two large 
troli r ipocei with, oil consenir no s 

4! 3* 

WATCH REPAIRING fret estimates, 
most wotches, cleaning, oiling, ond 
regulating $4 50 Huber'i Jewelry, 
V»olton and Erlonyer Stores. Phone 
Walton 180 M-l 



I PIANO MAI- \A N Ac hove o 

i »r will Irons 

rer I ll party wt will tok» 

up monthly installments Write before 

' I ■ . • Credit Manogt r Jop 

lm Piano Compony, P Box 784, 

Podu • , 2t 4* 

rOR 'All - Rickor.1 t.<.occo seed, at 
Reodl ■ -)l & Feed Welti*!, Ky 

Phone 4 tf 



RITA BEAUTY SHOP- Across from St 
Cecelio's Church. Independence. 9 30 
t > 6 00 Midday to Saturday 9.30 to 
8 00 Fridays CI >sed on Mondos-. 
Phone Fleetwood 7 3351 Rito M 
i "inn wner and m>erator tf 

READ JANUARY READERS DIGEST— 
■ ixjge story of Why more car own 
• • Form Auto Inurancc 
|| Ihei mpony in the v» 

Stoti Form Insuronce ogei ' I I 
. ,,t 20 •■ if Ryle Ewbank 2t 4* 

Oi-D OAK FARM BARFBER SHOP— Vi 
mile Eost of LLL Highway, on Hemp 
fling Rood, Atwood, Ky. Hours: Tues 
doy, Wednesdoy, Thursday, 1:00 tc 
8 00 p m. Friday, 1:00 to 9:00 p 
m Soturday, 9 a m. to 6 00 p. m 
Mornings by oppointment. Closed oil 
day Monday. Ladies' hair styling 
Clifford Cornelius, proprietor tf-20 

• A . ! MORI ■ A H ON AUTO INSUR 
AN. E wltl 'Ml IV'.' new Care 
ful Driver Rpting I .... 

wi ek of Burlingtoi H I Ion m t 

Union Wolton oi write Ryli Ewbanl 
Wai w, Ks JO 7 414 1 6t 4* 

BETTER CALVES at less cost with the 
' uthern States calf raising program 
n energized ca'f-moker ond calf 
il. w li per You'll make about $26 50 
. n every coll 1 ipscomb Farm Supply 
High School Court, Walton, Ky. tt 



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Lay « 1 1 , j •, . t Hopeful I ut> i i 

Cf'urr h, I ...• i an evon- 

;< li m •■ ... . .. hurch : 

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Mich . has beei elected |uesl mis 
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overall progrom ■ • •• . United Lutl 

hui h in Am. nco wl • pri sick nt Di 

Fronlflin "Clork Fry I the 

'/. rid C u'u .1 ' .... Under Dr | 

Fry's guidance Ihe Lutheran Chuch has, 

ted pi -gram i 

t mil sich • . • in the last ten 

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ihe I the Evang •• V 

...... ... , , . . 

• • u' (h , I ... and tram 

I f ■ ► i-f evangelism, not 4 
, the miSSH n but throughout 



In November, Chas M Tanner was 

t lay chairman of the Hopeful 

evangelism mission In December, the 

churct : chairmen for each of 

.. c mmittees On January 9, 

the evangelism committei selected the 

' . i ach of the commit- 

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I t o r W il f o rd C Butt J ■< i.h Dr.ng- 
• '• .me. •. Utz arcjuembers of 
.. ,! committei I the Lutheran 
llSfn Mission of Greater Cincin- 
nati 

Organized in 1806 Hopeful Lutheran 
Church wi ' rating its one hun- 

dri d ond fiftieth anmversory this year. 
A pari h edu I nol building i 

?_'0 000, was completed and led- 

• ■ ,t,m!.cr 25. 1955 Since the 

f this' modern stucture, the 

Sunitoy School attendance has increased 

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All members ore uged to attend the 
Evangelism Mission services and visitors 
arc cordially invited 





V .CWTPRIP 
OK RUN LIKE 






It's the newest development in 
interior paint— perfect for 

walls, < t iimg* and woodwork! 



JELLED MAGIC IS NCW AVAILABLE AT... 

Conrad Hardware 



Phone 23 



Walton, Ky. 






CARD Of THANKS — 

* • ' . ■. .ess our thonk 
.• friends ; ahd ... )hl ■ ' . 

■ tfulness, foi ttie many cards and | 
1 ■ and ; 

leotl I beloved m tt er, Mrs Emma 
Mi... We especially wish to fhanl. Ri . 
■•• ■ .< Butt ond Rev F C '- '■ II fi i 
•nforting words, and Chambers and 
Gru|.(<s for the efficient manner in which 

H . . conducted the funerol. 

MRS G K TAYLOR 

MRS CLIFFORD CORNELIUS 

MRS C M TANNER 

It 5 WILLIAM V MEIER 

TRY OUR "ADVERTISER ADS" FIRST' 



Ninety tw< and a half acres of straw- 
. in Hickman county were mulch- 
ed at a rate of a ton and a halt an ocre. 

Plans ac being made to improve the 
dairy cattle show at the annual Pendle- 
uoty Fair at Falmouth 

The George Coppage family in Todd 
county picked up <.ver $1,000 worth cf 
leaves after housing 3 * acres tobacco 

J E Wad. Cherry Hill, Muhlenberg 
county, vertified o half acre eoch of 
Blakemore ond Tennessee Beauty straw- 
berry plants 

Logan county farmers who produced 
cucumbers last seoson have expressed 
dissatisfaction with the grading system 
ond the prices 



Any Kind of Printing 
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Just look at these 785 big prizes in Plymouth's 
$150,000 Lucky Motor Number Sweepstakes: 



Your present car may win you $50,000 



1st prize- $50,000 
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for two by air, plus $5,000 
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4th prize -$2,500 



5th prize -$1,000 
50 prizes of $500 
75 prizes of $250 
100 prizes of $100 
555 prizes of $50 



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Plymouth's gigantic $150,000 Lucky Motor 
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You merely go to any Plymouth dealer and 



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record the motor number of your-,1950 or newer number. Your dealer has complete rules. 



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during Junior Achievement Week, Jan. 29 — Feb. A. 



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WALTON ADVERTISER, WALTON, KENTUCKY 



INDEPENDENT LINOLEUM & CARPET CO 

527 MADISON AVE. COlonial0187 COVINGTON, KY. 

LARGEST SELECTION OF ARMSTRONG LINOLEUM IN NORTHERN KENTUCKY, ALSO QUAKER RUGS 



| INDEPENDENCE 



Moon Bros. Post American Legion 

Mi mix rs it Boon Bi P ' 275, 
American Legi n < rdiol y invil 
to ottend the first o( their m 
dances, to be held at the Ami 
Legion Hall >n th rnei Mi 

dence Station Rood and LLL Highway 
Independenci Ky or' Saturday evening. 
February '4 beginning at ° 00 p m 
Music 'will be furnished by the Shad 
Blue Orchestra Pr.n ; \ tri Iriend 
relatives and enjoy or evening of enter- 
tainment. For reservations, call I 
wood 7-2602. or 7-6781. 



Just A Thought 

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Bradford Stor Chapter 

of Bradford Star CK: I 
49.'' » ive a meetn I . 

. r v 7, at 8 00 p m., in the 
Hail Irv. , K\ 

• v. • »\ rthy Matron irid f 

A • .',■!• PatrOn V.I I pri Siele 



Simon Kenton Bosketboll 

The next game to be played by the 
Simon Kenton High School basketball 
team will be against Holmes at Holmes 
gymnasium, Friday evening, Fe bru a r y 3. 



Kenton Elementary Honor Roll 

'Qd-Jjiadv w torn Blontoi 
Burt Tonwny Dickson, David Gilvin 
Gcrr> H ei Michael McGraw, Ottis 

Rebecca Dougherty, Susan Rich 
Itchwill Linda Bo*er Linda 
Fisk, Judv Mershon, Mary Osl 
i Sol lee .Marsha Caldwell Deboroh 

John Ccppoge, Gcry Reed. David 
Schadler, Howard Brann, Larkin Mul- 
Luas Connie r.'iman. CaxflJ Kisgr, Mary 







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ANNUAL WARSAW 

CHARITY BALL 

Saturday, Feb. 4 

High School Gymnasium - 9:00 Until 1:30 

— Sponsored by V. ns Club - 

Featuring CLIFF LASH and His Orchestra 

Table Reservations Available for Parties of Four 
Persons to Twenty— If Requested In Time 

Warsaw, Ky. 

For Reservations: Write Miss Estelle Baker, Warsaw, 
or Call: Day, JO 7-5071— Night, JO 7-4741 

Ne Reservations Will Be Made Unless Cash 
Accompanies Request 

—$3.00 Per Person— 



UK HONORS F.DTTATORS — Two Inlvemlty of Krnhirky gradu- 
ate* who have won wide recognition for their work In the field of 
education—James W. Carnahan of < huugo and Nancy Duke l4-wl» 
of Providence, R. I. — will be honored by the Tnlver*lty at lt» annual 
Founder* Dnv program. A uiu*l<al and dramatic presentation, 
'Education: the Concern of the People," will he Riven at 8:1.1 p.m. 
(CST) Wednesday. Feh. 22, In Me m o r ial Coliseum. More than a 
tunilred Kentucky tew hers who have taught for 4.1 or more years 
will be jruests of the Fnlverslty for the observance of Founders Day. 
Bronre plaques will be presented to Mr. Carnahan. president of one 
it the largest textbook publishing firms In the nation, and Miss 
Lewis, dean of Pembroke College. 



Florence Hardware 
and Appliance 



FLORENCE 



U.S. 42 b 25 

TV Service Dept. 



KENTUCKY 



Best Equipped Shop In Northern Kentucky 



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Thomas, Moi Won la W rk 

men Moure ' Bl wi Gel ' * Loync 

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.rt Kunkel, Helen K\on Rolp> 
Cu't^ Niiilcck^ George Schadler, J M 



Saird. Judv Ashcratt DoHcrve I 
Michael Carr, Conmt Drisktll, i 
Ferrell, Martha Huov Randall Jolly, 
D.crothv Luke, Joyce I- .<iglo«. 

Tarvin, Jocn Wdgnei irti .'• i jner 

Janice Berrymon, Lucv Bon 
Srcvord Eloise Durham, Freda Go' 
Rosolmd Morchead. Sar I 
Nathan Bryan Michael Sebastion .'■ 
ne Tomlin Chcrles Tunga'e Solly 
Linda ; . <■ y Roy '.' 

Fourth Grade — Vtrna E> M I ;t>C'Ic 
Gibbs, Boni- Riley rt Diona 

Schodler, Ann Wicklund, Jettery ^<3'- 
h rsl Ni Ison Boyd John Butler, William 
Cctlmi., James Hinsdale, Emmet Parker 
Jerry Schneider, Charles Sotchwill . 
Laney, Patricia Markins, Kothryn Cogar, 
John Plunkett. Wayne Brown, David 
Tursnny, Judith Fortncr, Sharon Ledford 
Billy DilliOn, Howard Foreman, Peggy 
Bailey, Patricio Pence," Patricio Riley, 
Pomelo Schadler, Gometf Shearer, Corjle 



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DONT REPLACE IT TIL YOU SEE US 

We Con Repair Your Old Tube at 
Less Than A Third of A New One! 



Picture Tube Repair - Flor. AT 33111 

Work Guaranteed! Shop Where Parking Is No Problem 



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We're Breaking Records 

With Our High Volume Sales and Low Profit Deals! 

COME IN AND GET THE SAME GOOD DEAL YOUR NEIGHBOR GOT! 

1955 FORD V-8 2-Door $1395.00 

Red and White Style-Tone Paint, Radio, Heater— Nice! 

1954 FORD V-8 2-Door $1295.00 

Black and White, Radio, Heater, Fordomatic, 1 Owner! 

1953 FORD 2-Door only $895.00 

2-Tone Blue, Radio, Heater— Lots of Miles Left! 

1952 FORD 4-Door only $695.00 

Radio and Heater, Green! 

~ 1951 BUICK Special 2-Door $695.00 

Dynaflow, Radio, Heater — Exceptional Car, Exceptional Price! 

1950 FORD V-8 2-Door $395.00 

Far Real Transportation! 





Romer Burns 
SPECIAL 

Of the Week : 
DIXIE 1-8900 


'51 Pontiac Catalina 

Hydramatic, Radio, Heater 
20,000 Actual Miles— 

$795.00 


John Newman 


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DIXIE 1-8900 

HOME: 

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Jos. A. Kuchle & Co. 

ERLANGER, KENTUCKY 



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CLEARANCE! 

This is an Honest-to Goodness Sale of Original Left-Over Merchandise 
Drastically REDUCED to make room for our Spring shipments 

LADIES' BETTER DRESSES $5.00 S 

$6.95 values — a real buy 

! LADIES' BLOUSES only $1.00 S 

$2.98 and $1.98 values 

B CHILDREN'S SWEATERS ... $1.00 \ 

$2.98 values — get several 

5 BOYS' JACKETS just $2.00 £ 

j $3.00 to $5.00 values 

S CORDUROY BOXER JEANS $1.00 S 

[ BOXER JEANS, lined $1.00 S 

£ BOYS' CORDUROY SPORT JACKETS $4.99 S 

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£ MEN'S CORDUROY SHIRTS $2.00 £ 

Long wearing — $5. 00 values 

S BOYS' CORDUROY SHIRTS $1.00 | 

$3.00 values — nice for school 

£ MEN'S FLANNEL SHIRTS $1.77 £ 

$2.59 value — good work shirts 

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! Manufacturing Optician 

Doctor's Optical Pteicript >u 

Accurately Filled Broken 

L'enses Rrploced Expert 

Optical Repairing 

122 Pike St., Covington 

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WALTON, KY. 



PHONE 273 



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SERVICE ON ALL MAKES 

Radio b Television - Refrigeration - Water Pumps 
Electric Wiring. We Repair Picture Tubes. 

NICHOLSON SALES AND SERVICE 

Harry Osterbrook, Owner Phone FLeotwood 7-4122 



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Low interest rate— still only 4%. 

Long term— up to 40 years to repay. 

Farmer owned and controlled. 

Dividends. - 

Prepayments gladly accepted without penalty. 

Purposes now include almost any farm need. 

Amount of Ian may run from a few hundred dollars to 

as much as $200,000.00. 

Part-time farmers may now borrow. - 

Convenient local service. 

No appraisal fee or application fee. 

— Owned by Farmers for Farmers — 

Call See Write 

CARL SHERIFF, SEC'Y-TREAS. 

NORTHERN KENTUCKY NFLA 

Box 86 Phone TAylor 4-2861 

Williamstown, Kentucky 

In BurlingJOn at Old Recorder Building Each 
in Hoy Mororng for V. Lti C mvenji 



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appeared recently in leading 
financial publications, and 
in business magazines- with 
national circulation. 



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SOUTHERN 
RAILWAY SYSTEM 



WASHINGTON, D< C. 



THERE HAS BEEN some loose talk lately accusing the 
South and its industrial development agencies of using 
and endorsing practically any type of tactics in order to 
attract industries from other regions. You know and we 
know that "blanket accusations" of this kind pointing a 
finger of criticism at the entire Southland not only are 
unfair - they simply are not true. 

Yet, talk of this sort is often picked up and passed on 
and on. That's why we felt impelled to "speak up" - in 
the national advertisement reproduced above. 

The modern Southland has many enthusiastic spokesmen. 
We are proud to be one of them. It is still another way 
we can give meaning to our slogan "The Southern Serves 
the South." 



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ERLANGER CAR SALES 

NORTHERN KENTUCKY'S NEWEST AND MOST BEAUTIFUL USED CAR LOT- 

MPnrc Clean, New Car Trade-ins at Low Prices CA i^*»* 
Udl5 . SEE FOR YOURSELF - 3v Vd S 



1953 CHEVROLET Club Coupe, 
black; full factory equipment 

1952 PLYMOUTH 4-Door Sedan, 
blue; good tires — see this 

1951 CHEVROLET Deluxe Club Coupe, 
radio, heater, powerglide 

1948 STUDEBAKER Land Cruiser, 
radio, heater, and overdrive 

1950 CHEVROLET Deluxe 4-Door, 
radio and heater 



1950 FORD Custom 2-Door, 
8-cylinder, radio and heater 



$595 

$495 
$495 
$195 
$395 

$395 



1953 PLYMOUTH Club Coupe, 
Cambridge; perfect inside and out 

1951 BUICK Super 4-Door, 
Dynaflow; radio and heater 

1951 CHEVROLET Deluxe 4-Door, 
two-tone, radio and heater 

1951 FORD Custom 8-Cylinder, 
radio and heater 



1950 BUICK Super 4-Door, 
Dynaflow, radio and heater 

1950 PONTIAC 4-Door Sedan, 
6-cylinder, radio and heater — clean 



$595 
1^95 
$495 
$495 
$395 
$395 



SEE THIS! SPECIAL— $895.00 SEE THIS! 

1952 Buick Super Convertible, dynaflow, radio, heater, power windows, power seots, white sidewalls, tinted glass, 



and many other accessories 



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going for only $895.00. 



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Lou "Boots" Froelicher 

manager 
Open 9 a. m. - 9 p. n^ 



6400 Dixie Highway 



Corner Of 

Dixie and Kentaboo 

Dixie 1-7850 



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WALTON ADVERTISER, WALTON, KENTUCKY 



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WANT AD SECTION I^W 



Ctanified Advertising Rate: 25 centi 

per ad for 25 wordi, or less; over 

25 words, 1 cent per word. 

All ads cash in advance. 



FOR SALE - 



FOR SALE — Feedi rs and I ii I tw 

electric I • 
low- AT 3-2705. 4t 5" 



FOR SALE— 8 fat hog 4 sow 

row March I 

c, c. v\ 

Rood Phoi rAylor 4-5311 2t-4 



FOR SALE— 400 bales of mixed has 
45 cents. Jock Crutchcr. FLeetw 
7-5393 4t-4* 



FOR '■ 'Mm,] room 

light I i I '•'. ' I J c.'-- 

lt-5 



••>. I Locust pos' 

hog, 300 , 

2t 5" 



FOR 5ALI hoy, $28.00 ond 

. . red I let twood 

7-2586. Russell Reel 4t-2' 



FOR SALE— 3 ■ 4 

Brae' • ; I. Phoi I 

7-5025 2t-5* 



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iccinoted R I 

* v, |v, A8lontic 3 2112 

until 4 00 p m afterwords, coll 

ATlqnt.c 3 : 2t 4' 

FOR. SALE— 6 r, • m m dern home hard- 
« | •; ■■.-• Birch kitchen col 

goraCj • Kir.;.' lot With 

1454 
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E — AM ta ond red 

Korvt'N 

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Walton, Kv i nt Lei Lonti t 

Attorni \ WiIIh in I mi 2t-4 



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FDR SALE — Nig '6 I rn shingle 




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FOR SALE — Hoy i i Coli 

4t 4' 



Open Formula 



FOR SALE V • : ■ 4 

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Atlantic 3-148 



Simply Purchase 
Your Spring Needs B y February 1 J 



Take advantage of this 

$1.50 a ton discount on 

mixed fertilizer. All you 

have to do is take delivery 

and pay cash for your Open 

Formula fertilizer before 

February 11, 1956. This 

discount is from our low 

cash price. Open Formula 

is the very finest fertilizer 

you can put on your land 

Made right to drill right 

even after months of 

storage. So save $1.50 a 

ton — place your order now ! 



FOft SALE— AM I mined hoy bal- 

ed. Mrs. Loretl R'Chardson 

n< or L.&N. Raili I ridge 

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folfo hay; reg 

• .'.' Jack Berk 

itephenson Mill Road Walton 
Ky. lt-5* 

FOR SALE— Baled alfalfa or iwixed hay, 

also straw Frank Jacksoi , Moffett Rd 

•wood 7-5846 4t-2* 



FOR SALE — T U '- 

| 2-hoi I, with t ngue Allie 

EtTioff V rr-- [ View; t 

tw : ' . 233 lt-5' 



FOR SALE— -1,000 ' I foH 

and second cutting and mixed hay 
oil without any rem n it Look and 
make offer W. P. Robu i Walton 
K y Phone 852 2t 4 



Lipscomb Farm Supply 



HIGH SCHOOL COURT 



WALTON, KENTUCKY 



(SOUTHERN 
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YOUR SOUTHERN STATES COOPERATIVE SERVICE AGENCY 



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—SERVICE THAT SATISFIES— 

Tune In WLW, 12:25; WPFB, 11:45; 
WCKY. 12:15; WKBV, 12:30 (EST) 



NORMS BROCK CO. i 

CINCINNATI STOCK YARDS 

A Live Wire and Progressive Or- 
ganization, second to none. We 
ore strictly sellers on the best all- 
around market in the country. We 
hope you will eventually ship to 
us. Why not now? 

Reference: Ask the First 
Man You Meet! 



FOR SALE — U - . ce living room 

coffee I 
.... • . priced 
at $40 00 also boy s 26" bicycle 

7 2351 lt-5 

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I FOR SALE — Hay, put up without any 
ram; Straw and two cans Lard Eli 
Russell Phcr I eetwood 7-5306 

4f-2* 

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. ormshed oak 
.s ••' mrxr springs and m it 
plastic couch, can't lx> t Id 
(r m new 4 $25 00 John 
Eods Road... FL 7.2440. 2t 5'' 



FOR SALE — 40 acre farm, 6-room house, 
tobacco base, or trade for smaller 
farm Marian M. Evan',, Stephenson 
Mill Road, Wolton. 3t-3* 



FOR SALE — 1946 Nash 4-door, 2' 

on 1 gallon of gas, original paint, 
clean inside, with good heater, $75. 
John Younger, Eads Road FLeetwood 
7-2440. 2t-5* 



WANTED -' 

GENERAL HAULING— Sam Vest. 
Wolton 1342. 



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WANTED —Would HI I t 'it a tarni 

wit' t !-.- o base, hou 

near Walton. Roy Wilson, 4 7 High 

ti • .-. • ■ Ky 4t V 



WANTED — Young bull, rca:. 
horfhorn or 1 1 
good milking stock. Welti r M. 
22 Edwards Avi , Walt n. Phone 

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LOST — Two male fox hounds, white v.itd 
blocl- " waring collar 

Kite, Walton, Pout. ? It 5* 

LOST— Black Cocker Spaniel pup, last 
Thursday afternoon, in Walton, name 
"Chip" Kenneth I ke Col 
ton 1372. lt-5* 



RAZOR BLADI 

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write for 1 
All , 

« 301, Cincinnati I, Ohio 7t 4* 



DECIVEI • 6 8 6 sul- 

)6; 6-6-18 sul| • 

5 10 15 sulphate, $54 69, 

.ulphatc, $47.00, 10-10 10, 

8 8 8 $49 37, 5 10 10 

3 12 12, $43 95, 396 

. I 20 V>7 42, : 

-t Lacey, P. O Box 85, 



$56 10, 

4 8 12 
$57 42 

$36 85. 
$30 90. 



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FRE1 •- . . . - * 

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FOR . • 

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ADDITIONAL WANT ADS 

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Richm nd, Ind Phone 5182. 8t-2 



FREE ESTIMATES— Boone County Sani- 
tation Co. Cleaning ond repairing 
septic tanks Coll HEmlock 1-9641 

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BREED YOUR COWS with N.K.P.SS.— 
Associated with Americon Breeders' 
Service. Kentucky's first ond only oll- 
. proven sire service. Jersey. Holstein, 
Guernsey, Brown Swiss, Black Angus, 
and Milking Shorthorn $6 00 breed- 
ing fee. For service, call Robert 
Jockson, FLeetwood 7 6681 tf-1 



FOR RENT - 

FOR RENT — New 4-room house, I l < 
ment, furnace, elect'ic, water in the 
kitchen and bascmcrr, ■■' • gorden 

and hen hous 

Road, 1 mile tf l ute '4 • • 

from U S 47, 3 •• ' " v - 

Will be at ; • — 

O H Hopkir 

1-9500. ••«* 



Used Car Bargains j 



'53 DODGE Station W_agon 
'52 PLYM. Station Wagon 
'50 CHEVROLET 4 Door 



'52 DODGE 4 Door Sedan 
'51 DODGE Wayfarer 
'49 DODGE Wayfarer 



FOR PENT Farm 
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Road FLeetw 17 



FOR RENT — Walton Au« ' 
argc Trailer stat 
ences and low rotes, nt/ » ' 
cated in South W ' 

FOR RENT — Walton Autotrl hos h» 

lorge troi'er spaces with ei "«" 

ond low rates, city water Located in 

South Walton. 4t 3* 



■ See the New 1956 Dodge 

PETTIT MOTORS 

FLeetwood 7-4561 Independence. Ky. 



DeMoisey Gas 



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Number 



Literary Club Hears 
Interesting Talk On 
Big Bone Springs 



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Dairymen to Attend Meeting 

An Kentoi 

nd '".('ting at tin: In.ji j» n.i. n. , 

I 5, ot 
m ol whi h limi revision! i« 
tti. Bi nti program will bi 

uned by representatives from the 
•. rinarian s office P • 
"•■ ■ will |. served tallowing the meet- 
which Kentoi 

Utopia I lub 

Walton P T. A. to Meet 

rhe Wolton Vi rono P F A will h Id 
ji " gulai meetii • '• Fcl 

15, al rhe ■ ' •■> itortlng at 3 p m 
All pan nrs in . I 



Annua! Farm Bureau 
Meet at Burlington, 
Friday, February 10 



T in l J i .one G mnt) I arm bun ou on 
nuol mi eting and hoi 

will h. held .'i th. Ci lurth u i m Bui 
I riday I ebruary I D ot 800 p 
m W. H Fortcnberry, agricultural 

ICllSl fri m th. Uni^ f.tty Ol Kl 

I xpcnmenl 

cultu*ol work in the farming secti 

ond tl" 1 Hawaiian Islands, and 
will have pii tun . t i lluslrati his t ilj 
Several 4 H club novelty acts will be 
< iteci 
I tie Form Bureau will . I - • . t orv di 
n m eoch of the ten t .-mmunitics 
ond then tlv.' officers I • mi ensuing 
yeai will be named 

Light "I" shmi ntt ore to I 
Following tl"' mectln | 

I hi ! ! hip ri ii hi .1 on all 

tinu i ' |h >l 1 000 ond it is hop d thai 

ihis ni. mi 1 ii i hip wi.jl bi - ■ d. tin 

11 m ml rshl i immitti i 



D. A. R. "Award of 
Merit" to Curator of 
Behringer Museum 



ning thi I ■■. 

Am, . 

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,s " V' l| II Mrs 

fr Mi 

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I yeOI ivorl K 

mode ' trend the D A R Stat, 
in March I 
■ t> !• i. ha| ler, un 
' Mrs 
fVctfr wi"n hovi 

rhl i t^e only 
• ... Ken tuck) 




Bearcats Top St. Henry; 
Throw Scare in Rebels 



Unit will ! i II 

I . bruory 20 tt i 

The t 



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I i ! ru.;-. . •' • 9 00 a m. t- 

I 2 .Q0 noon, ond I p. m 



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I i bruory 21 Florei • i0 o m 

12 00 noon, and I 00 to 3 00 p m 

I 00 a m 
■ and 2 00. to 5 00 
ry 23 Bur I in )t n 9 00 a m 
■ • md I 00 I 3.0O i m 

■n f i l.ruary 22 ore f r th( 



■ - • • en ond 

' ' in nol mi during 

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x ray is quick, easy and < I ' 
' • • x ray takes only a mm 
(Then i .,., undressing necessary, 
. '"eenre-o- c o n fi d e n tia l re p ort 
AH adu' ■ have a chest x-ra\ 

unit is here The Health Dc ■ 
tally u'Q' s tuber- .. 
ill cot tacts to tuberculosis cases, 
I teachers and other school person- 
rn I and food handlers lo hova. a chest 
• ■ .. a' ill thi unit is in Boone county 



I ured. 

I « • • m, mbership to 

* .- I Mi nt to 

'.'t f Ihs Crawford Curator of the Wm 
Museum Devou Porl Cov- 
ington Mr Crawf.rd ii on orchiologist 
■ ^ •• - ugh his efforts in exco 
voting Indian burial mound* in Boone 
' his I Klreme interest in Big 
resent inten t m Big 
■■ ■ implishi d The local 

• t has also given awards of merit to 
AM' ey, I renci his! rion, and t. 
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' . . rnmervt in the county 

Pr, .. • ^ Mesd umi i I >■ C Nes 

jmuel Denham, ,Sr , 

rkshire Harold Conner, Rufus 

' J P • David Gore 

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I'. DAk '. i . ntlv ' ) on 

an flog ' Boom ( ounty High 
• i •* ird Wolton and 
k at Amei >* 

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A. 1- mi t '■rig. held ot 
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Bill Simplifying State Gasoline Tax 
Refund Expected to Pass Legislature 




Passage' of o bill simplifying proced- 
' • funding tati gas.' Imp t • 
. ling in savings to farmers, ho 

' • , Itmnistatmn officials 

. ky form bueau U aders who 
m t usun 

.orted lotntly by Kentucky Farm 

. I leratior Ificiols ond the od- 

mmi.sfrati .n the bill 'H B 461 was 

simultaneously in the House 

■ I Itivi Brcx>ks 



HEADS PRESS ASSOCIATION 




■ : ■■ 

Charles Adorns 

Charles Adam edit t on.) publisher 
of the Gallatin County News Out t" i I 
boring Waribvv newspaper, has been 
named pn sident of the Kentucky Press 
..ill in The annual mid-winter 
"i hn , I the associption was held re- 
■ . . ■ . it. I ouisville Mr Adams ha i 
bi . n quiti ai 1 1 v . In '' v. i 

i ■ uml i f yean ond D rlaii ! 

i I A th, • ■ 

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• Bourbon County ond Senator 
£. W Richmond of Owensboo. 

A simplified system o' refunding ges 
oline faxes to formers has been a pn 
mory objeclivi t forrri Bureau leoders, 
ond occordmg to Burl S Clair, Kentucky 
Farm Bureou President, the proposed law 
meets with his ogamjjti rn's appoval. 

The bill provides for a refund based 
on the farmer's total purchases of geso- 
liry f .r use m farm vehicles used in the 
producion of farm goods 

Adminisfotion support of the bill was 
I ! v Governor A B Chandler in 
a meeting lost week with St Clair Ag 
nculrure Commissioner Ben J Butler, 
and Consevotion Commissioner Laban 
P Jackson. 

Mr, Jackson said ixjssagc of the new 
refund low will amount to Iremend .. 
savings for many Kentucky farmers who 
1 vi been dscouraged from applying for 
H • n liote by lengthy forms ond detailed 
certification of how every gallon of gos 
was used 

Laws currently govcrmrig gasoline tox 
I call for extensive explanations 
on where gasoline was purchased, how it 
was used, t tc 

In discussing the proposal, St. Clair 
ond Governor Chandi. i ui :• d tnct en- 
forcement of gas refund rules ond both 
IGOred reported abuses of the present 
law which has drown criticism from the 
lormi r organizations since its passage 

Specifically th.- bill allows "any per;. 
son purchasing gasoline for agricultural 
purpi ii . shall be reimbursed lo the 

extent of 90 percent of thi tax . . . pro- 
vided that the application and all 
essary information be filed with the Do- 
partment of Revenue within 90 days 
after the close of the calendar year dur- 
ing which 'purchases arc made ... no 
refund shall be made on purchases -of 
less than 50 gallons " 

Th. Department of Revenue will c.^m- 
put" ithl r, fund if the farmer complii ■ 
with all previsivtns of tin law. 

Thi only information required from 

t ; " i "• r is; (a nami Ii ond 

, tint number (b t tal num- 
urcl - ■ ■ 

attached'; <c* total number of gallons 
us, d in tractors on highwav 
total number of gallons I • which refund 
is claim., d 

Senator Richmond and Rcprcs- native 
Hinkle so.td their proposal is design I 
to conform with' a federa/bill allowing a 
two-cent tax refund on'eoch galloi I 
gas puchased for use in form vil / 

Florence 4-H Club Meets 

The 4-H Club met recently at the 
Florence School, under the direction of 
Edfl^cCondless and Miss Nancy Guil- 
luil I he following officers m ri 

berr\ Per ham |n sid ■■ ' D 
v if. e pre! id t-it; I 
eci"tary.oi I ' ' ■ url 

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Fa • • • publicity choirmon 



MRS. ORA G. ROGERS 

Services for Mrs. Ora G Rogers, who 
In d February 1 at her home in Peters- 
burg, were held at 2.00 p m , Friday, 
;t the Petersburg Baptist Church. Burial 
was in Belleview Cemetery Chambers 
and Grubbs funeral home, Florence, had 
charge of arrangements 

Mrs Rogers was 75 and had been a 
h ■ . resident of Boone county. She 
was a member of the Woman's Mission- 
ary Society of the Petersburg Baptist 
Church 

She leovrs her husband, Bernord, 
three sons, Haulpha, Walton and Harold 
Rogers; o brother, Ira Ryle, Grant; o 
sister, Mrs Stella Gomes, Petersburg 
nine grandchildren, and a geat-grand- 
child. 

Silver Tea, February 16th 

The Kenton Elementary P. T. A' will 
honor all past presidents with a silver 
tea in connection" with Founders Day. 
The meeting will be held in the school 
on Thursday February 16, at 8:00 p m 
Mrs Hubert Baird ond Mrs Willard 
Shropshire will serve as hostesses ot the 
tea Attendance committee and hostess- 
es will be. dressed in the period of Found- 
e>s Day. 

Mrs Herbert Works, program chair- 
man, ha_s_gnnounced ,nof Miss Minervo 
Rigg will present a program of songs 
by the first grade children. 

Euchre Party at Kenton 

The Kenton and Community Volunteer 
Fire Department will sponsor a euchre 
parly at the Kenton firehouse, Saturday 
night, February II, storting at 8.30 
Food and refreshments will 5c ^served. 

• According to Roy Hammond, chair- 
man, all proceeds will go to "the fire de- 
partment • 



Fourteen Farm and 
Home Delegates 
Return Id Homes 



Engagement Is Announced 



Holmes Tops Pioneers 
In Heart Breaker 



Miss Charlotte Jean Reynolds 

Mr and Mrs H. D. Reynolds of Ash- 
lond, Ky., announce the engagement of 
their daughter, Charlotte, to Mr. Louis 
Allen Butler, ion of Mr. and Mrs. A. W. 
Butler, of Nicholson. 

Mr. Butler is o |unior in the College 
of Engineering at the University of Ken- 
tucky, and Miss Reynolds is a student 
at the Ashlcnd High School. 

The wedding will be an event of 
August. 

Retail Sales In Boone 
County For 1954 Total 
$8,765,000, Is Report 



The Bearcats nearly won two be 
ball games the pest wc»k Thev threw 
a scare into. Boone C u' I . tl Rebels 
edging them by two points, con d in the 
final seconds of play here last week. On 
! Tuesday, also at home, the Cats defeat- 
Led- St.. Henry for the second time this 
year. The Pioneers of Simon Kentcn 
tinue lo lose hcart-u7e?akers, and at thi 
Covington Holmes gym they were de- 
feated 69-68 by the Bulldogs. 

Walton-Verona 70, St. Henry 59 

Walton-Verona handed St. Henry High 
Schoolof Erlanger a 70-59 defeat Tues- 
day night at the Walton gym. 

Thp Bearcats led 18-11 at the end of 
the first period, and although outscored 
21-18 in the second period, led 36-32 
at the intermission. Led by Albers, St. 
Henry took the lead in the third period, 
47-45 In the closing period, Bob Hinds 
scored 14 points and Ronnie Cook add- 
ed 10 as the home team racked up 25 
points while limiting the losers to 12. 

Walton-Verona: Menke 8, Hinds 17, 
Glacken 4, Simpson 5, Courtney 2, Cook 
12, and Poore 22. 

St. H:nrv. McKir.lcy 9, Albers 21, 
Schutter 16,— Rouse 0, Avery 6, McNeil 
2, and Davis 5. 

In the preliminary game, the St. I ry 
reserves scored a 47-35 vie: ry 

Covington Holmes 69, Simon Kenlon 68 

Benton Brann came through with o 
field goal in the final nine seconds of 
play to give the Holmes Bullodgs a hard- 
fought 69168 victory, last Fnda, night, 
over the Simon Kenton Pioneers al the 
Covington gym 

Tom Herron led the Holmes team to 
a 25-16 lead ot the end of the first 
pnode. Simon Kenton edged the win- 
ners in scoring in the second period, 16 
40-32, at holftime. The 



Fourteen Boone County Hivnemakors 
return. M II r homes las! Friday 
ning after a week's session of most in- 
Nng speakers and mspirationol edu- 
cational activities ot Farm and Home 
Week in It xingron. 

Mrs F.I Smith d. legaTe (rem the 
Bull't'-v ill, Homemakers Club, bi 

II which hi r lurkv num- 
ber won for I in II boi prize draw- 
ing given !\ the Lexington Gos Co. 

lates spending trie week were:' 
Mr, Pari Morehead, roint Pleasont; 
Mrs Charles Riehman Burlington Rood, 
Mr Ed Peel Hebroi Mrs. Ed Smith. 
Bullifsville Mrs Frank Penick, Sr., Wal- 
* V D ivi Ven na Mrs. Roy 
I ut. FI ren Mrs A. B. SmeSbt Coun- 
ty President Mr-, lomi I K >ttmyi r Coun- 
ty Vice President Mrs Wilis Berkshire 
New. I Mi Leroy Ri 

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Mr 

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Retail sales in 1954 of 140 stores in 
Boone county totaled $8765,000, ac- 
cording to preliminary 1954 Census of to 15, to tra 
Business figures announced by the Bu- . Pioneers, continuing their uphill battle, 

outscored their opponents 21-16 in the 
third period to trail by three, 56-53 en- 
tering the final period. Butler and Elliott 
paced the Pioneers in the closing period 
(Continued on Page 4) 



reau of the Census, Dcpatment of Com 
merce. This was an increase of 89.4 
percent over sales in 1948 of 127 stores 
ot $4,627,000 Stores with payroll in 
1954 numbered 78, had 266 poid em- 
ployees in November, 1954, reported 
payroll of $577,000, and accounted for 
sales of $7,471,000. Proprietors of un- 
incoporated businesses numbered 152. 
The number of stores and their 154 
sales, grouped by major kinds of bus- 
iness, were: 

Food stores (39 $2 341,000; eating, 
drinking places (25> $836,000; general 
merchandise group (10) $496,000; fur- 
niture, home furnishings, appliances (3) 
*D; automotive group (10' $1,521,000, 
gasoline service stations (21) $839,000; 
lumber, building materials hardware and 
farm equipment (11' $1,452,000; drug 
stores, proprietary stores (2) *D; other 
retail stores (11) S853.000; non-store 
retailers (8) $84,000. 

*D — Withheld to ovoid disclosure. 

Scout Service at Methodist 

Members of the Walton Boy Scout 
Troop wHl be recognized in the morning 
worship service at 11:00 a. m. in the 
Wall ri Methodist Church on Sunday 
February 12. All Scouts and their lead- 
ers are invited to attend this service if 
at all possible 

The pastor, Rev. A E. Atkinson, states 
that Scouts belonging to the local troop 
will assist in the service. All person, 
who_ ore inte rested in Scoutin j f -r hoys 
arc especially invited to attend. 



Churches To Unite In Prayer 

A special service of prayer will be hejd 
in Ihi Fit t Baptist Church of Wolton 
on Friday, February 17, at 1.30 p. m. 
^This service, universally known as World 
(Pay of Prayex„.,w^3i observed in 20,000 
communities in the United States and 
134 countries of the world Tn 1955. 

A representative committee of ladies 
frcm the three churches in Walton has 
already begun preparation for the ser- 
vice and extend a cordial invitation to 
everyone to be present 

DeMoisey Is Guest Speaker 



Clothing Store Opens Saturday 

The Benton-Bonar Department Store, 
located on North Main Street, in the 
new building recently erected by J. C. 
Benton, will open Saturday, February 1 I. 
A full line of clothing for men women 
and children will be carried, as well as 
notions, sewing needs, yard goods, sheets 
and pillow cases, baby needs, and gift 
items. See their ad in this issue. 



Beware of Persons 
Posing As Internal 
Revenue Agents 



Warning was. given lodav b, William 
M. Gray, District Director ! Internal 
Revenue, to Kentucky tax r to be 

on guard ogainst being dj . led by 
persons posing as Internal ' field 

officers as has happened n 
oral cities m Ohio, in r Ky , 

ond in New Albany ni: H 1 

followed by such indivi f 

a pattern: 

A strange 1 pel * r, 

usually a small I i ini to see 

his books and tl n that he 

ow thi : -. rnm i ' I .mount. 

The impostcr aft n I ash in 

payment. In several ihstdnci these im- 
posters ha. * .arious tax 

forms which they us to "window-dress" 
their activitii 

Mr. Gray went on to soy that all In- 
ternal Revenue field officers carry very 
distinctive credentials o means of identi- 
fication which consist af ( a block leather 
folder with the Treasury Seal stamped 
oyer parts of a picture and the signature 
agent, together with the signature 
of the Regional Commissioner of Interai 
Revenue, on the inside. Taxpayers should 
demand this identificab ■ 

Mr. Gray also requested that- ^ewajjj, 
•I has I tached by a p 

■iternol' "Revenue Officer 

nlact immediate!) the nearest office 
Service or the 
■ >u Bureoi tion. 






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(Established In 1914) 



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January 1, 1916, at the Post 

Ottice at Walton, Kentucky 



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MARK M. MEADOWS 

Owner and Editor 

Malcolm Simpson - Assistant Editor ] 
Moynard Meadows -- Shop Foreman , 



Mr: nt Saturdo\ 

visiting her sis- 
ter 



Misses Betsy Jones Lynnelle Flynn, 
rma Neun 
■ ii lo> in Cincinnati 



v ; i M 

■ Satudoy m Cincinnati 
v Etta MiManomo has returned 
home in \ i i ma alti t Ki\ infl 
Vest since Nav» m 
v \ ■ ■ 

Mrs FlOfO 'unimts called Ofl Mi' 

Em-M 

Circle I of the Mehodist Church met 
, s .. v ■• Powci ' ' i • ■ ■ .'"if 



Bellcvicw 4 H Club Meets 

The Bcllevitw 4 H Club met Fndai 

Jonuorv 27, v»itl '.' ' . . , I iuiM ii 
ling rh« ii i ii .v , "I li 

tinging the Ko I 1 

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Mrs Kav Th mi n daugl I • '•' 
onj Mrs v\ v. •■ v day to 

join her hu *l tattoned in 

Nav> i n L s alii 

Rc\" *as a recent 

lot his Mi OF Mann, and 

Mr V 

The Walton H mnemakers will hold 
th« ■ r< |u .;• mi I •• : 

Mrs Forest Thompson Frijc\ Fob 10, 
.% ••■ v- I ol Bush, co-hostess. Bring 

•• • ■ )nd gitt toi ex 

change and covered vi>sh Thorc will 
*hil . ' ole. 

Mr and Mrs Nick vw: h spent Fri 
dav even rig in '•'• 

Mr and Mrs And\ Penn end ramil> 

■ Sunday with his parents at Hinton. 

Mi and Mrs Ward Rice, assisted by 






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and Dottie Moon publicity chairman, 

Ti„. next m< i ting t H lub will be 
h, id nn i riday I el 

rhe Full u will 

give < - - *'" 

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Mr end V • Allrn end torn- prog r um reodef <.)">! me sublet, Ws 

ily wi ' V 



Mrs Katie Code of Walton Route 2 
is a patient at St Elizabeth H 

Covin,-.' ^ 

Misses Pauline and Beatrice Flynn 
and Mrs. Richard R>on *rv~* Saturday 
in Covingt ■ 

Mr. and Mrs John H, Wood and Mr, 
and Mrs. Chester Sturgeon left Saturday 
fo a two weeks vacation in Florida 

Circle II of the Methodist Church held 
its, regular meeting Friday evening, Feb 
3, at the church. The : it Mrs. 

George Hamilton opened the meeting 
and after a business session Mrs A E 
Atkinson gave a very mteest talk on 
"Women of India.'' Those enjoying a 
delightful plate lunch were: Mrs. George 
Hamilton, Mrs. A. E Atkinson, Mr, 
Lloyd Watson, Mrs. C 0. Carlisle, Mrs, 
Scott Lancaster, Mrs. Andy Penn, Mrs. 
Howard Stephenson, Mrs. Ward Rice, 
Miss Emma Jane Miller, Mrs. Herman 
Newton. Mrs. R. C Brakefield, Mrs 
Livonia Elliott, Mrs. Wendell Downing 
and Mrs. Sam Hudson. 

Mr, and Mrs. J. B. McCubbin and 
son and Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Humphrey 
and children were Sunday guests of Mrs 
Julia Pennington and family of High St. 

Mrs. Robert Horn spent Saturday in 
Covington 



Joann Sturgeon, entertained on Saturday 

•• •• on with a birthday party in I 
of the sivth birthday of their son. Ricks 
-. enioying the festivities a»d re- 
nents in keeping with the Val 
season, were Beverly end Jenny Stutt- 1 
matter Jane Vesl nna Sue V. 

Sandy Morgan, Marwn Rudsco 



oi_Mr j'ljj. V,rs Mot, 

Art Smitf ' ' "us time 

Mr and Mi t "In-' 

lependence, were, hi 
his mothei V • - 

me with them ' 

• 

Julia R home cm 

• nsit with I 

ter and husband in Ph • ' is Vo 

Mrs. Ida I I nice- 

wing (fall 

VUs 0>o 

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Saturday Ft ' days 

I. Mr and 
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Mr and Mi Powei 
Mt and Mrs. R . C. Dui 



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RADIATORS 

Repaired and (leaned 



BODY WORK 

Painting - Retouching 




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SOW BLUEGRASS ON 
LAWN IN FEBRUARY 




JACKSON FLORIST 



3124 Madison Ave. HE 

COVINGTON, KY. 



-2222 




Distributor Of 

Inter-State Bottle Gas 

Immediate Installation and 
Prompt Service on Refill. 

"Brown" Gas Stoves 
Gas Hot Water Heaters 

Jansen Hardware 

110 Pike Street 
COVINGTON, KENTUCKY 







FAMOUS FOR 

Delicious Pan Fried 

CHICKEN t4 75 

in basket •••• <f'*LJ 

PHONE FIRST— ED 1-3130 

And They Will Be Ready! 

ORDERS TO TAKE OUT 

ANY TIME 

YOUR CAR 




ALWAYS OPEN 

1939 DIXIE HIGHWAY 

.'",? miles south of Cincinnati 



Stephens, Larry Atlphm Dopoy 1 " I Qda 



Donald Paul Sturgeon, and Michael Rice. 
The Happy Helpers class of the local 
Methodist Church will hold its regular 
monthly meeting at the church next 
Tuesday evening at 7 o'clock, with a 
supper Each member is urged I 



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Mrs ... 

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nt and try to be on time Mr. and I Covington w fs • of 

Mrs. Charles Carlisle and Mr and Mrs 
Howard Stephenson ore h 



her mother Mi 

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WRECKER SERVICE ... DAY or NIGHT 



Expert Carburetor Work - Body Work and Painting 

CHEVROLET 
SALES 

PHONE 95 WALTON, KY. 



Dixie 




TRY OUR 'ADVERTISER ADS'' FIRS! 



Packing the biggest power punch 
in Chevrolet truck history! 




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New Chevrclet Task-Force Trucks for '56 



A short-stroke V8 for every model! Higher powered, higher 
compression 6's ! More power for tight schedules end tough 
jobs . . . modern power that saves you money every mile! 



You get plenty of "horses" to haul your 
loads in new Chevrolet Task-Force 
trucks. Power's been boosted right 
across the board in modern short-stroke 
V8's and efficient valve-in-head ti's! 
There's a V8 for every model, either 



standard or as an extra-cost option. 
And Chevrolet's famous truck 6's have 
higher than ever compression ratios! 

Come on in soon and let us show you 
all the new advantages you get in these 
great new Chevrolet trucks for '56! 



Anything less is an old-fashioned truck! 



Fast Facts About New 
'56 Task-Force Trucks 



HIGH LEVEL VENTILA- 
TION AND CONCEALED 
SAFETY STEPSI 

A MODERN, SHORT- 
STROKE V8 FOR EVERY 
MODEll* 

GREAT NEW FIVE- 
SPEED SYNCHRO MESH 
TRANSMISSIONlt 



AN AUTOMATIC DRIVE 
FOR rvrBY Mt 

M< PI POWtKFUl 
"ALVE IN HfADSIXESI 

TUBFirSS TIRES, 

STANDARD ON 

AIL MODELSI 

FRESH, FUNCTIONAL 
WORK STYLING! 



*VR standard in L.C.F. models, an extra-cost op- 
tion in all other models. ^Optional at extra cost 
tn a wide range of modi h 



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Phone 95 - - - " Walton, Ky. 



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INDEPENDENCE R-1 



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pitol ' ' ■■ v.. »< ' 

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Mr ond Mrs J J Borne It werf dm 
i ' Sunday of their ;nn, Hiwarcj 
nl family. 
Mi ond Mr Ronald Lossy, Nichol 
" ■ !■ I church at "Stofford 
, ond wire dinner . , • of hi 
I rent Mr ond Mr, C hai li I i -. 
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Mr ami Mr Dewey Poi 
i hildn ri i nl. rtaini .1 Saturday i •' ning fi i 

Rtll y in id Mr urn) 

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THE BIST PLACI TO 

EAT 

IN COVINGTON 

LANG'S CAFETERIA j 

623 625 Modison Avenue 
Otwn Sunday. 6 o m to 8 p m 



• ♦. Mi-. Ni II Mills i ( In). 
wi i, dn ■ ' i ' f hi 

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V. ond Mr I M I- ill . 
Rill y. Mr and Mr . 

' '.' I Mrs 

Riley 

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ing view •- ■ ■.. i , i. i 

Sunday ■' Re% GtO Mil I mily. 

TRY OUR "ADVERTISER ADS" FIRST! 



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SAVINGS 

Amount Up Quicker 
Than You Think! 



START A SAVINGS 
ACCOUNT TODAY! 





Mrs Mary ',r In n ider wo-, taken hi 
Good '.amaritan Hrr,|>ital, lost Frida. 

Wi- In .|» fl n In r ipei dy " ' Wl r V 

Mr and Mrs i , .. Webster, I > 

Mi in f. . ond Mr. and Ms K. ■ 
I Hi ,1 n turn, d ti ,mt I j.t wri V oftl r 
»s. . I • . in I h ritla 

Mr <jrid Mrs Claud" Samuels o< ( 
Mi Gedh Mann |m nt Saturday mg 1 • 
with. Mr " and Mrs Morion Crowe i ' 
' i. ■ i ;. t »n 

Mr and Mrs John Mnldli tun has 
moved to I •. oportment. 

I Ml En I I. • r wi n v i 

in j Mr ond. Mrs Man m Belew, I rida 
Mr an.) Mr Charli , All|.hin hav 

■, .id their home m Ft 1 1 

Mr ond Mrs Willard I rti t of Wi 

and Mr and Mr, iV 

l'i li * j- nl ! undoy wih Mr. B< li * 
Albert S) ■ (Coy 

Evan .1 • . • ■ • ■ i ' ,!• 

day with Mi and Mrs Chas AI1[ir>in 

Mr and V. rerling VaHondinqhom 

tilth Mr and Mrs Terr. 
T illery of Homilti n 

Mr and Mr • nneth Dale Wi 

• ..... ,l y . .1 tl,, . ,.!,;, , |.,, | n,iw u| ' 

r ttn arnyal of a girl. 
Anyone having news urns, [ilea • 
Mrs Woltrr C ol TA 4 2718 



\Mrs Blanche Poland spent Sundoy 
Wtttl I . I m'.th. r, Vi Liza Carlfnn 

Mr, Addu Webster is beter at this 
writing ofti r having pneumonia. 

Ml I ui BOOX'S childr t n 
day with her and had ar enjoyable day. 

Recent callers t sei Uncle . Charley 
■ Mr arid Mrs Raymond ti a 
ird Ol Williamstown, Ki lly Beverly of 
Erlonger, and Bob Snow He is getting 
along nicely 

! • Mill , I iii. airier at Mt. Zisn, 
Sunday evening. 

I in nd . to hear Dr N rfl 

eutt passed away Dr Joe wc, always 

► ind to each and • - His mi m 

ry will hvi ■ hi thi livi . of mony." 



1> Soil Conservation Service is plan- 1 ning increased yields but smaller acre- 
ning a complete soil survey in Henderson ages of corn 



county. 

ral tcu Angus and Hereford bulls 
have been purchased by farmers in Ful- 
ton county 

Marshall county farmers ore plan- 



Yields of tobacco in Woodford coun- 
ty are estimated at 1 to '1 5 percent 
below yields in 1954. 

TRY OUR "ADVERTISER ADS" FIRSTI 



ACCOUNTS NOW INSURIO UP TO $10,000 

ROSEDALE 
FEDERAL 

Savings Cr Loan Association 
Coroline & Southern Ave. HE 1-7723 

COVINGTON, KENTUCKY 



6LENC0E 



Mr ond Mrs J C Da. 

Mrs Allphin of Wo't I Sun., 

■ " Ml '•' ■ .'. 'tli Collins 

Mr .;.,,! Mr W and Mt 

] Mint.- • I to see then 

| at the, 

nd f omi ly wen 
docl dinni r • Mr and Mrs 

Noel, Saturday night. 



The Right Broker . 

Choosing th< right broker when 
U re planning to sell or buy a 
can spell the ddftrence be- 
tween unnecessary delay and dis- 
opointment, loss of money, and a 
satisfactory deal. 

—FOR SALE— 

WALTON — 4 room house, mod- 
ern, priced right! 
BEAVER ROAD — 5 room house, 
bath, .4 acre tobacco base. 
WALTON — Six rooms, modern, in 
top condition; rental possibilities. 
$10,500. 

—SEE— 

gayle Mcelroy 



4 3 So. Main Street 
WALTON, KENTUCKY 

Phone 1852 

- — Rl ; r. .. ntmg — • 

Austin Mann Really Co. 

Dixie Highway at Underpass 
ERLANGER, KENTUCKY 

Phone Dixie 1-5555 



A & D ELECTRIC 

WIRING OF ALL KINDS 

CARL ALEXANDER b TONY DEMPSEY 

WALTON, KY. ■ PHONE 273 



iM^lfiJi*j| 



AMAWMforonl/HO 



and your old washer 



at $1.25 a week 



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SERVKE ON ALL MAKES 

Radio cV Television - Refrigeration - Water Pumps 
Electric Wiring. We Repair Picture Tubes. 

NICHOLSON SALES AND SERVICE 

Harry Osterbrook, Owner Phone FLeetwood 7-4122 
j— — — — —————— —————— — — — 1 



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nd Bank loans 

1 ! i out 



Low interest rate— still only 4°<j. 

Long term— up to 40 years to repay. 

Farmer owned and controlled. 

Dividends. 

Prepayments gladly accepted without penalty. 

Purposes now include almost any farm need. 

Amount of Ian may run from a few hundred dollars to 

as much as $200,000.00. 

Part-time farmers may now borrow. 

Convenient local service. 

No appraisal fee or application fee. 

— Owned by Farmers for Farmers — 

Write 

CARL SHERIFF, SEC'Y-TREAS. 



NORTHERN KENTUCKY NFLA 

Box 86 Phone TAylor 4-2861 

Williamstown, Kentucky 

I, ! Old ! Building Each 

Frifj '.' . • Y ui C invenience. 



Clearance Sale j 

NEW 

GAS RANGES and REFRIGERATOR • 

TAPPAN 

2 Super Sixty Series $179.95 i 

1 Super Sixty Series (Chrome Oven) $191.95 ■ 

1 Meodowbrook, 36" $184.95 J 

1 30" Deluxe Range with matchless oven $179.95 ■ 

1 40" Standard $ 99.00 ■ 

1956 Tappan Greenbrier, Tappan's finest only $279.95 i 
1 Florence Governess with amazing 3-way top $199.95 ■ 

1 Detroit Jewel, 30" $135.00 \ 

1 Sunray Gas Range $ 99.00 ■ 

1 2-Door Hotpoint Refrigerator— save $100 $359.95 ■ 

DeMoisey Gas Co. 

WALTON, KENTUCKY 
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THE MAYTAO MASTER, 
finest M . yU l ever! Huge, 
square aluminum tub liaa ei 
tra-large capacity. 




THE MAYTAO COM- 
MANDER, with largo, 
•quart- porMUia tub 
Kant, efficient Gyr.- 
fo.ni act inn 



Now you can have a Maytag of 
your own- for little more than 
you'd pay for the lowest-priced 
washer on the market! Easy 
monthly terms . . . liberal trade- 
in allowance. 

Why wait any longer to enjoy 
the easier-washing advantages of 
a Maytag? Come in today for a 
demonstration. 



HAGEDORN 

854 Dixie Highway Erlanger, Ky. 



ERLANGER CAR SALES 

NORTHERN KENTUCKY'S NEWEST AND MOST BEAUTIFUL USED CAR LOT— 

MPiro Clean, New Car Trade-ins at Low Prices CA P^rc 
wdlO . SFE FOR YOURSELF - JU Vd IO 



1950 STUDEBAKER Champion, 
runs good and economically 

1949 OLDSMOBILE "88" 4- Door, 

radio, heater, hydramatic 

1953 CHEVROLET Club Coupe, 
black; full factory equipment 

1950 PLYMOUTH Deluxe 4-Door, 
radio and heater — clean 

1951 FORD Custom 8-Cylinder, 
radio and heater 



$295 
$495 

$595 

$395 
$495 



1950 PONTIAC 4-Ooor Sedan, 
6-cylinder, radio and heater — clean 

1950 BUICK Super 4-Door, 

Dynollow, radio and heater 

1952 PLYMOUTH 4-Door Sedan, 
blue; good tires — see this 

1951 CHEVROLET Deluxe Club Coupe, 
radio, heater, powerglide 

Plenty of Nice Later Models, 
1952, 1953, 1954— All Makes 



$395 
$395 

$495 
$495 



SPECIAL — '54 Mercury now $1795.00 

1954 MERCURY Monterey 4-Door, two-tone paint, rodio, 
heater, Merc-O-Matic, power steering, power brakes, and 
many, many other accessories — was $1995.00. 

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SPECIAL— Fords at $995.00 

Your choice of (2) 1954 FORDS, full 
factory equipment, undercoat, two- 
paint — ready to go! 



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Lou "Boots" Froelicher 

manager 
Open 9 a. m. - 9 p. m. 



6400 Dixie Highway 



Corner Of 

Dixie and Kentaboo 

Dlxje 1-7850 



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WALTON ADVERTISE*, WALTON, KENTUCKY 



Florence Homemokers Meet 

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"Gift •■ ' 

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th« Florence H »rrv mpfu rs C ,- 

t . .- ~- • v rge R Tjnner 

Hot Styles ond trirnn 

V ■ PL 

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Aa\ Februorv 29 a < '•' 

r l I 

. ,s , • ■ • 4 • ree to 
v t -n or refmishii . fun 
Mtending were V 
net , John Cot 

| .' -••:, ' ••• 

Charles Goodndgc H S Howes, Ro> 
■ -.- . ■ - Fried 

c Mable Save, John Schramm 



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BOIL POTATOES 
OF UNIFORM SIZE 

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ised i 

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DeKalb Seed Corn 
DeKalb Chickens 



DUNCAN'S QUALITY 
TOBACCO SEED 



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— see — 

JOE NEUMEISTER ROBERTS INSURANCE 



MRS BIRDIE BlUE 

Mi : ' •'• • 

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BASKETBALL- 

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Walton-Verona 58, Boone County 60 

60 58 • ' .•.-.: i a ..t 

FnJa% night ot ti ' The 

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"Soil Dank" Could 
Boost Seed Demand 
Says Ky. Agronomist 






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BENTON-BONAR 

Department Store 

67 N. Main, Walton — Next to Beighle Grocery 

Ladies, Children, and Men's Clothing 

We give 

Top Value 

8tamp8^ 



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IF THIS EVER HAPBEp^XOU... 

vq,u;II find*the lolytSwM&eMhe'picturelw 

Spattefs and stutters all over the placia 
And it's driprjing all over your he^d ! * 
When it's ti'rrfe to paint ceilings in your house 
Don't you sfcmetimes wish yo'u were dead? 



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Dresses, all grades 

Lingerie, Hose, Hats, 

Purses, Pajamas 



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Night Gowns, Shoes 
Clothing of All Kinds 

Work and Sport Shirts 
Work Pants, Dungarees 

Overalls, Gloves 
Sox, Handkerchiefs 

Underwear, Ties 



WE ARE HANDLING ONLY WELL KNOWN BRANDS 



Notions - Sewing Needs - Yard Goods 
Sheets,- Pillow Cases - Gift Items 



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All Baby Needs 









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USEOCRRS | 

1955 CHEVROLET 6 Cylinder Sport Coupe 
1953 PLYMOUTH 4 Door 1952 PLYMOUTH 2 Door \ 

1951 FORD V 8 2-Door with Overdrive 
1951 PLYMOUTH 2 Door 1951 FORD V-8 2 Door 

1950 CHEVROLET 2 Door Fleetl.ne 
1950 FORD 2-Door 6-Cyl. 1950 PLYMOUTH 4 Door I 

1951 FORD Dump Truck 
1946 OLDS 2-Door 1949 PLYMOUTH 2 Door i 

1951 CHEVROLET 1 Ton C&C, dual wheels 

1946 PLYMOUTH Coupe 1946 CHEVROLET 2-Door ■ 

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Dixie Chevrolet Sales i 

Walton, Ky. Phone 95 : 




(Mote: Cheer up man! 

You don't have to put 
up with this nu-ss any 
more, jelled magic 
doesn't drip and run 
and splatter like ordi- 
nary paints because it's 
jelled . . . clings to brush 
or roller until it's ap- 



plied and then liquefies 
like magic t:> give you 
the smoothest, slick- 
est, one-coat paint jol 
you ever saw. Ask for . 
demonstration) 



CONRAD HARDWARE 

Phone 23 Walton, Ky. 



Just Try a "WANT AD" in The ADVERTISER ond Sec Results' 



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Open Sat., Feb. 1 1 

—FREE OFF-STREET PARKING— 



1 SPECIAL PRICE DURING FEBRUARY j 

1956 G. E. and Deepfreeze Home Freezers 

G. E. Double Oven Electric Range, $439.95 

value — now only $299.95 ■ 

5 G. E. Two-Door 12 cu. ft. Refrigerator, $529.95 

value — with old refrigerator $399.95 

i'— EASY TERMS— ■ 

R. W. GROSS APPLIANCES : 

FLEETWOOD 7-6631 INDEPENDENCE, KY. 



NOW WE BRING THE 
MILL TO THE FARM 

No Hauling To Distant Grinders. This Mobile 
Feed Mill Comes Right To Your FARM! 



GIVE 



US 



TRIM 



COAL-FEED 



Fyre-Go Block and 
Marne Premium Stoker 



OAli. 



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We Also Have A Complete Line of Tuxedo Feeds g 

Colston-Speagie Coal 1 



PHONE 1152 



WALTON, KY. 



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YOUR- 



You Can Have Better Feed Made From 
Your Grains On Your Earm. 

Mobile I I Mill will efficiently 
EDiE'.T" you grow^-from corn 
Ql j .< •> ,. •• efficiently 
than . . I done by your local grinder. 

AT LESS COST TO YOU! 




, .,- |, ■ •■ ■ • with 

.. ■ • •• . • minerals as 

. to make exactly the kind of 

i '-ant, at less cost ond less work. 

Make Your Grinding-Mixing 
Date Today! 

This Mobile Feed Mill Will Be In the Following 

Localities Monday and Tuesday 

GARDNERSVILLE, MORNING VIEW, 

DEMOSSVILLE, FISKBURG & PINER. 

'\reri' 1 

J. H. FEDDERS, INC. 

16th & Russell Sts., Covington, Ky. Phone HE 1-2622 



NORTHERN KENTUCKY'S LARGEST DEALER 

LOW OVERHEAD 

Low Prices 

'54 PLYMOUTH 2-Door $995.00 

radio and heater— one owner 

'54 CHEVROLET 2-Door $995.00 

radio and heater — extra clean 

'53 NASH Statesman $795.00 

radio and heater. 

'51 BUICK Super $595.00 

radio and heater dynaflow 

'51 CHEVROLET 2-Door $495.00 

radio and heater. ■ J ~" 

'51 DODGE only $395.00 

radio and heater 

'51 STUDEBAKER only $395.00 

rad'o and heater— automatic drive 

'51 P0NTIAC Sedan $495.00 

radio and heater — hydramatic drive 

'50 OLDS 88 2-Door $395.00 

hydramatic drive. 

'50 CHEVROLET 2-Door $395.00 

radio and heater. 
—75 MORE TO CHOOSE FROM— * *§*-' 

Mel Schuerman Lot 



1865 DIXIE HIGHWAY, COV. 



EDison 1 2323 



WALTON ADVERTISER, WALTON, KENTUCKY 



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M' and Mr. ( ', i. mitti i I Moin 
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HOPEFUL IV LUTHERAN CHURCH 
Florence, Kentucky 

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'jar rami i ' * Holy Com'n 

■ • • C iturdoy, .1:00 p. nr\ 

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h Count il m i iin.j I iii da , Ftfc 

14 , 8 00 p m 



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INCOME TAX REFUNDS 

M.,' . lox| entitli 'I to refunds 

.,• • . r, tcjrns ore 
r • following th< best method to ovoid 
. (he pi 

! ditril t i I In 

ti rnol Revenin I I I . . I •■ '•• r .«* 

th< c wn nt filirwj period it wa 
i d fhi i '. ■ refui 'i 'uld 

. I REFUND! P. O. Bo« 
• - Kentucky B> 

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mailed to I 

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Mr. and Mr. George Vogelsang art 
and young son, David Alan, hour mo% 
ed into tin ir ni * h «ne on St Matthew. 
Circle 

Mis Edith Piper and Mry 11 

r mi ml ert 'I th« Oak Ridg.i 
Homemakeri Club, spent )ast week in 
|ton, offending i>"- state Farm an.) 
■ Hiimi- finventren- Tliey were |<>ined-o»- 
Wednesday by fellOJ* members, Mrs 1 
( Hun, . and Mi . W C Tallent, *h 
i I . .irijt .ii t< i lit', in) one day I * 
the ''con . • ■ h i 

Mrs Bertha McfJi* ha m ■■ .1 From 
her I me on Tayl"r Mill Pike, ond 

ettled ii i ■ • bi outiful "• •■■ 
•ii it at 302 I mgv ievn Drivi 
I'' . in )l n Ky * 

Mr and Mrs James Dressman on I 
',. . , ■ I into tru 

. . * i. !■ . ■• i Matthew 
" Mrs LEI* m| .on and childrei 
Fran and Connie s|* nt Wt.dni sday in 
• . ■ s 
Mr Minnii i i rry I . .uite i I 

• ,x - . Al r , t I , ick 1 iSt i 

mmui try in Mi N rma 

Mrs r .i. i ■ fti ■ and hi i t* <jronri 
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in Mi ode c unly. 



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wi noticed Matt Robholi . 
morlh • ked d wn oqohi I im 

pre try h red f n I 

in front ol 

t o last and can't hold thi ii 

Ih. linn they not only 

• nt a largi- 

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r.i.! Friday evening at • thi Ci ■<- 
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Rev May • Smith Ji M N Smith 
(he I I Miss Emma Yates an,< 

'•• . i •■ Miss MoriKr. Jaeger was 

• .-.. • ,ii in thi wedding Those from 
. • . ^1 •■ • ■ j v., re Mrs 

'.' . Emma Yati ,, Mr. 
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turd 
al thi • , I list Church 

... thi laughtei * Mr 
,.■ I Mi .) imi Browi Hand Piki and 

..... Hi ,' 

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Willing Circle Class Meets 

Ii..- W i l l i ng i .1. I. . km •,( 11- r . 



ur h mi t ol rtv homi 0( Mr 

.. -r pn iident, Mr 

Ami Li Salli i in thi dhair The m 
a r illi I ' Of dei with prayer . Mrs 
A W Roden Mr, Frank Kurign di 

Bi iiwj a Great I I 
ian." 

Iii. .. members were present M. 
ilames /\rthur Stei i , lohl RiggS, W, 
W Roden, Alb< rt Sharp, Frank Kuriger, 
Amuld Jullee, Alti.n It tun en iOSX, William 
Small wood, and Glenn Dunn. 
»' r, iV '. Jane Pollard, Mus Jea' 
lord cm) lu '. teii Feld 



Wilmington W. M. S. Meets 

n . Fel ruary mu ting of the Wilmmg 
i| I i Church W M S was held in 
l u rch, on thi In f ll.- |."<jram 
d by a song, scripture reading 
ond prayr Naomi Spoga 1 , president, 
■ of I ■ The 

r was about India, Thirteen mem 
bers wei ent and answered roll call 

a 1 1 1 <i scr ipturi 

To 'the sick, ninety car ■: wen 
I nty phone calls ma<k-, and twenty-one 

All enj ryed a good dinner and • 

• ip at the noon houi Mrs Marion C I 
.u.l Mrs Jom a rti the 



.es. 
M. 'i . resent Blanche Hoi 

Wi,lma Mullms. Ethel Glocken, Naomi 
pc^al, Hazel Spegal, Nell Rapp, Lula 
i T .i.itt Bridges, Janet Cooper, Anra 
Beighle, Lena M Bagby, 
» i i Pfonstiel, and four children 



r 



VISALIA 



Mr cn,i Mrs Walt' r C. Schnitzler are 

ing Over H fa son, nortv d 

Marl- Duani Mr ond Mrs Schnitzli • 

have four daughters who are quite 

happy they now hav a brother 

■ Caldwell and daughter, Margaet 
kinday guests of Mr. and Mrs John 
Pi ttit 



lowing: Edith Horns, Betty Moore, Kate 
Welch, Forest Howard and Virginia Ab- 
ner. 

Mr, and Mrs Jesse Klein entertained 

t l • Following on Sunday: Mr. and Mrs 

Charles McMillon and family, Mr. and 

Mrs. Herb Duncan and daughter, and 

■ t Sm i th . 

The Boy Scouts ore saving old popon 
to help them enlarge their troop. 



T'.mmy Zimmtrmao hon 
leave from Ft. Knox, over the weekend. 
Mr' ii I Mr waiter EiTl entertained 

thi ir son's fiance Sunday at their home 
in Morning View 

Ryland Heights and Community Fire 
Deportment will hold their regular meet 
ing Monday, February 13 at 8 p. m 

Mr and Mrs Henry Brooks and sons 
were Sunday guests of Mr ond Mrs. 
Gordon Glaza and family. 

Happy birthday to Gordon Glaza, who 



,\ a ... i. ' rated his birthday Feb 3, end to 



Bernard Budkc who celebrated his on 
the 4th. 

Phyllis and Elmoma Proctor, Oldham 
county 4-H girls, sold 696 pounds of 
tobacco for an average of $60 25 per 
hundred. 

Scott county tobacco was of excep- 
tionally high quality, but yields were 
2C to 300 pounds en acre short. 



AUCTION! 



Having decided to quite the store business, 
I will sell at public auction 

SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1956 

1 : 00 P. M. FAST TIME 



Services at Lebanon, Sunday 

rhen a • • ... es at the Lei 



: 



tenon Church, So. 

• rhui 

rnith i f ( • • a ; ond 



at 2 30 p m by Ri ■ ■'• n Rhotoi 
ublic is .cordially invil 

■ . ices at this church 
ond fourth Sunday of each 
nth 

An artificial breeding association is 
ted to breed 800 cows in Eastern 
jrky in its first year's operation. 



At My Store - Gardnersville. Ky. 

■ 

My entire stock of Groceries, Dry Goods, Shoes, 
Overshoes, Boots, and Hardware. 

GEORGE BOWEN, OWNER j 

NAHTAN ELLIOTT— AUCTIONEER 



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with Southern States 

DAIRY FEEDS 

Southern Stales dairy feeds arc high in TDN — 
over 1,400 pounds per ton. And TDN is your 
true measure of quality in any dairy feed because 
that's what makes the milk! The milk which your 
cows produce from Southern States high TDN 
dairy feeds will bring you twice as much as you 
pay for the feed ... or a return of $2 for every 
$1 you spend. 

Be sure you know the TDN content before you 
buy any dairy feed It's the pay-off at the milk 
pail and in your milk check. Your Southern States 
Cooperative Service Agency handles a complete 
line of top quality, open formula dairy feeds — 
all huh in TDN. Get your needs today. 

Lipscomb Farm Supply 



. •>(>! Illl UN 

HUIIV 




HIGH SCHOOL COURT 



WALTON. KENTUCKY 



YOUR SOUTHERN STATES COOPERATIVE SERVICE AGENCY 



Hamilton 4 H Club Meets 

4 ■ • . : ..' i '■ ■ i • I mil 

i .r f • ' • ■■ .1 ■ . ■ , 26 The 

ed I ■ ' • ' \ Ed Mc- 
.... 

Ihti * 

i ■ lent. All went ■ 

..... 

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■ " ' . . .li.licity 

jnt of 

a ■ , • ., • . „ a ' S 1 5 

•■ ■ ii 

■ ■. »,; al owarded 

won f i f tl . t thi 

• I. 

hwenl » I SI for having 

.» ■ . ..,) place m umt • Aing at 

rate Fail ' • were mode 

Guilfoil ond Mr McCand 

Aft. 

M li&rn d by tl I 'meet 

nth 

. , . ■ 

I rm and Hornet Devi ; ■■ I Clubs 
1 . ted ol I: - ' • p I 

ill i unts 

■... rings' w 

Hi nry i hji n rt gard i f thi l 

. 

Foui I and tm md 48 

jirl an enr lied in 4-H agricultural pro- 
tects in Bell county 



BIIIIDIIIIIMIiai IIIIIIIIDIIRIIIIIIIHII 





- FINAL WEEK - 

CLEARANCE! 

This is an Honest-to-Goodness Sale of Original Left-Over Merchandise 
Drastically REDUCED to make room for our Spring shipments. 

. MEN'S CORDUROY SHIRTS $2.00 

Long wearing — $5.00 values 

BOYS'" CORDUROY SHIRTS $1.00 

$3.00 values — nice for school 

MEN'S FLANNEL SHIRTS $1.77 

$2.59 value — good work shirts 

CHILDREN'S SWEATERS $1.00 

$2.98 values — get several 

BOYS' JACKETS just $2.00 

$? 00 to $5.00 values 

CORDUROY BOXER JEANS $1.00 



: RICE PRICED SPECIALS 



THE OLD 



■ '50 PONT. 

E $495 



-'50BUICK 

E $445 



50 PACK. 

$225 

'51 F0HD 

$495 



50 0LPS. 



■'51 BUICK -5| DODGE 



S4*_ ^f 

ArJY^ 



'51 PONT. 

$645 



* h;£S / 



: $745 _ 



'52 BUICK 

$795 



$395 



'52 PONT. 

$795 



PLANTATION 

is at 

1722 MADISON AVE. 

COVINGTON. KENTUCKY 



BOXER JEANS, lined $1.00 

BOYS' CORDUROY SPORT JACKETS $4.99 

LADIES' BETTER DRESSES $5.00 

$6.95 values — a real buy 

LADIES' BLOUSES only $1.00 

$2.98 and $1.98 values 



'52 FORD 



vs 



$725 



'53 PONT. 

2 d • r 

$995 



/. 



COIonial 1-4224 



Pontioc Ports 

and 

Service.' 



Over 100 Used Cars to Clu>ose 
_ From on 2 l'lnntntlona 

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WALTON ADVERTISER, WALTON, KENTUCKY 



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We Moke Loons On Home Appliances, Televisions, 
Radios — F. H. A. and Mortgages. 

booocococotooooo^^ 

■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■I 

■ DR. G. C. D0N0H00, CHIROPRACTOR : 

■ WALTON — Main & Depot Streets FLORENCE— 7628 Dixie Highway j 

Hours: Monday, Wed., Friday, Hours: Monday, Wed., Friday, 

2:00 p. m. to 5:00 p. m. 1 to 1 1 a. m. & 7 to 8 p. m. 

PHONE: ATLANTIC 3-5371 , ■ 



The practice of Thrift is as old as Creation 

Exemplified in Nature! The Habit of All Her Creatures! 

SAVE TODAY FOR A HAPPIER AND 
MORE PROSPEROUS TOMORROW ! 

The Bank of Independence 

INDEPENDENCE, KENTUCKY 

Member F. D. I C. Accounts Insured Up to $10,000 00 



NOW IS THE TIME TO ORDER YOUR 

Fertilizer! 

■ 
■ 

Agrico - The Nation's Leading Fertilizer E 

BLUE DIAMOND BLOCK COAL 
CROWN STOKER COAL 

American Wire Fence — Barb Wire ■ 

■ 

GATES— Steel or Wood J 

READNOUR COAL & FEED j 

WALTON, KY. PHONE 154 




Saving 
Makes It Possible 



This fellow has the right idea. He's dreaming 
of a home of his own — and he's saving for it. 
He knows that savings, here, are insured to 
$10,000 and earn a worthwhile return. How 
about you? Are you dreaming of owning a 
home, -educating your children, or profiting by a 
business opportunity? Then open a savings 
account here with a convenient amount and 
SAV£ with a purpose! 



FIRST FEDERAL 



501-503 Mam St, Covingtory,Ky. 

Latonra Office — 36th b Decoursey 



SAVINGS & 
LOAN ASS'N 

H Em lock 1-6480 



torn, a with the 
mi>st famous per- 
son in the world 
with the privilege 
of asking one f.i 
vor. — how dizzy 1 Dr. Foremast 
\ be at the pleasure of the 
Yet God has moi e treas- 
yj e than a nullionan 



f the n 

gliiry 
It is s u ' .1 God. to w horn I i in 
takt' my i'.' 

i'iy il.i.v . 'it of the 

.It is ■ '!.!> b« cause pr;t> ei is so 
fi eo' that we take it f ted 

and fail to '« it Wi 

-. ... -.1 ty more if we 

had t.i pay well foi it 

The Price of Prayer 

In a way. i ■: ,iyi r does ha\ e a 
price That Is t.i say,, if i 
is to be i fTecti\ • cei '. lin 

have to l" mi t Jesus 1 I 
some - it what 

these cimdrttons are Oi 
tale of two men who 
the same templi I Om 

an old hand at it,— if there was a 
class" of Jew ,s . ci •! re- 
sponding • ■ a woi king . I . 
professional class, in th 
he was a prominent 
The other man had perhaps very 
seldom prayed The first man was 
a regular contributor t.i his 
church; the other man— if he was 
like the average in his pi 

- seldom darkened the d ■ of a 

place of worship. But in Ji 
story these two men found I 
selves side by side in the same 

temple, and only one was "Justi- 
fied," that is to say. only on< 
favorable attention from Gad An I 
that .>nc was the man who had 
nothing to say but "God, be merci- 
ful to me a sinner" To ask God 
for this and for that, ns if we de- 
served it. as if it were our right 
to demand gifts from God,- this 
is no way to pray Effective pi av- 
er begins with confession and re- 
pentance, not with demands. 

Not to the Proud 

Let us make a short list of some 
differences between wrong prayer 
and right prayer Wrong prayer 
is really talking to'oneself, or. talk- 
ing so as to be overheard by some 
one we want to impress R 
prayer Is ad I 

Wrong pi aver Is proudj right 
; rayer Is humble Wi ong pi 
wants G"d to support the pride ' 
the pi ayer Right pi Bi er i 
pi ide aw ay and comi to God 
without a claim In 
er. I come to God hii 

do something for me which 
give mi betti n' thai t 

now have for being proud of my- 
self. In right prayei I eome to 
God asking him to clean e mi ' 
the pi ide which mak< a me feel 
that God himself is hardlj 
sary. In wrong prayer, the 
•who prays rises from his k;. 
just ns he was, for he ha no wish 
to be changed; in right prayer, 
the one who prays rises a better 
man, for he asked God to forgive 
and change him. 

Keeping at It 

Jesus seldom if ever tried to pul 
all the truth into one parable.' He 
was generally content with settii 
out one truth at a time So the 
pai able of the Bothi i ome .■ 
the woman who finally wore out a 
.in and Si II ' e jusi 

by keeping aftei him; that par- 
able does i,..t say evei ytlung i 
player. Hut it does teach one 
thing: Keep at it ' Je! US is care- 
ful riot to say that God is anything 

like that judge What he 

Is thai if even a bad char- 
acter like that judge can be n 
to do the i ight thing by a pei i - 
tent woman, ui ely God oui Fa- 
ther in heaven, who is neither lazy 
rioi stubborn nor ill-willed, will 
listen to pei i tenl pi ayer We 

t be careful not to read 

tins parabli in Ji u 

There is no promise h 

counts the numliei of timi 

ptay foi a thing, and thai il 
only pray eno u h ime he . ill be 
sine to an '. ' i There is no guai - 
antoe that God will answei any 

prayer we i an think of if w e 
it often enough What Je -. 
ises is, that God will bring jU tai- 
nt last ... if we keep on want- 



BIRTH OF AN ANGEL 



They call her an nngcl of mercy, And they 
n it! .lost ask the om who have de- 
lict in .i time ul fear and pain. 



t v "" vv ' v *•■ i 

How did she become an angel of mercy? 
Was -he hm n to he a muse ... or did she 

happen to decide that would be a | 
profession? 




prof* n 



She decide !. But she didn't just happen 
lecide! It grew within her— this yearn- 

• help ot' 

It began one day in church school W. 
the lesson of tin c iV ■ > < il Samaritan — <>r one i I 
the others 1 The idea thrived on many an in* 
spititi.: sermon. Then one day it became a 
conviction nething to pray about ... to 

plan i • 



THH CHURCH TOR AU 

ALL TOP. THI ,'M-H M 

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This Entire Church Notice Is Sponsored by the Following 
Business Concerns of This Section: 



READNOUR COAL & FEED 



Phone 154 



Wolton, Ky 



HAGEDORN'S MAYTAG SERVICE 

856 Dixie Hi'woy, Erlonger, Ky Dixie 1 5233 

WALTON LUMBER COMPANY 

Phone 19 Wolton, Ky 



PHOENIX RESTAURANT 

"The Home of Good Food" Wolton, Ky 

RYAN HARDWARE b DRY GOODS 

Phone 99 ^_ Wolton, Ky 

LIPSCOMB CO OP FARM STORE 

Phone 100 Wolton, Ky 



DIXIE STATE BANK 

Wolton, Kentucky 

REL C WAYMAN & SONS 

!■'-.'• • . '" 



WALTON GARAGE 



Phone 40 



Chryvler 4 Plymouth 



R C. DURR, General Contractor 

'« ! 7-3841 •. , „_ Ky 

DAN ROBERTS, INSURANCE 

Pnone 66 North Mom St , Wolton 

FLORENCE DEPOSIT BANK 

I li rtnee, Kentucky 



BRAKEFIFL& DRUG STORE 

Phone 63 Walton, Ky 

WALTON FOOD MARKET 

Fine Foods Wolton, Ky 

CONSOLIDATED TELEPHONE CO. 

Florence, Kentucky 



DIXIE CHEVROLET SALES 



Phone 23 



CONRAD HARDWARE 



Wolton, Ky 



KRAMER ELECTRIC SERVICE 

McMillan Dr., Independence, Ky. FL 7-431 



Phone 95 



Walton, Ky 



A. M. LINTON, BARBER 

Walton, Kentucky 

BI-COUNTY FARM BUREAU 

ATlant.c 3 2112 Devon, Ky 




-LOSEY'S GARAGE & GROCERY 

Open Doily - South Wolton - Phone 529 

BANK OF INDEPENDENCE 

Independence, Kentucky 



B-M SALES & SERVICE 

Ohone 38 Walton, Ky 

ST. CLAIR SERVICE STATION 

Texoco Gas, Oil & Tires Walton, Ky 



WALTON ADVERTISER, WALTON, KENTUCKY 



Page Seven 



WHITES TOWER 



lor New*— FL 7-3432 

I . ■ ■ , '.' flvio Browi 

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KKINTLCK1ANS 



I i ' I Mr. Y i N r y - i i i i < ■ ! , 

v». i. entertained in thi hi mi ol Rev 
unci Mi . Ralph ( un y and thildrei 
unday. 

Mi ' '.' and 

I i were i . i . ■ 

Mi >/... H 

Mt . .';.,! 

Ion » V' I '■ 

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Mr' 

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in WASHINGTON 



PARTY NOTES: 

1 1 h , i .... .• n , ■, ii Ad n law- 

i MiM.jl. in the Capitol art 
it *• -. rv«ved ' portti 

... 

• honor Prince I 

Mi •■• n Bi ivnai f .the Nethi i -'■ i ' I'-m 

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AROUND TOWNv 

Julian Goodman 

I ii,. Washing! i I lio Cor- 
■ • - - At thi 

- 
■ n and Bob I I *irii ' 

t- lien of Kentucky 
jtar, 

| A. . • • 

- m (Frankfort in luirii g 

... 

Wo',hinr> i n now Bill Ardei 

merly of I ■■ ,' ' and Po'n 

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. 
FINALLY: 

weet i/oed ' its first 

• r. 

I ' ., ■ 

All Kei 

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expected t '• ' 

ol to n movi na'tur 

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that 

I could ' " r> " 

•* Kr>i !u< ky senator 

TALK OF CONTROLS: 

.i 

• ■ • if and 



such authority Ki v Ri |Otl n, ..aid his committee would hold 

publicans have come out ogainst such a hearings. But he added that "I d i t 

measure. think they (controls) should be imposed 

If a bill is offered, Congressman unless there is a clear and compelling 

i the dean ot the Kentucky dele- j reason." 



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TRV OUR "ADVERTISER ADS" FIRST: 



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. FOR SALE . 




"No man is good enough 
to govern another man 
without the other's 
consent." 

Abraham Lincoln 



RAY HALL 

Manufacturing Optician 

Ooctor's Optical Prescriptions 
Accurately Filled. Broken 
I rnses Repfa ■ ' E • 
. Optical Repairing . 

122 Pike St., Covington 

i HP- 902 



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LINCOLN'S BIRTHDAY 
February 12th 



Dixie State Bank 




Mimber F D I C 



WALTON, KENTUCKY 

Deposits Insured Up to $10,000.00 



Visit your appliance dealer SOON 
and have him help you select the 
ELECTRIC HOME LAUNDRY EQUIP- 
MENT to suit your home. 



THE UNION LIGHT, 

HEAT AND POWER 

COMPANY 



CXXXXXXX)OOOCOOOOOOOOO^ 



CttO&Scra^xraJuCK*^^ OCKXXXXAXXXXXXXXAXXXXXAA, 



_«-^Ka^«^joo(J\^<joocj(j<XXXXDCXDo<.; 












CHARLES STEERS 

Phon. Walton 9 71 X 

HARRY F JOHNSON 

,'hom- f Lntwooi) 7 2767 




FARMS FOR SALE 






i ' icr Road, •>' 

.' ■ - 

I.,. I, all kinds I 

• 
Chorlcs Steers— Phone Wolton 921 X 
Harry F. Johnson, FLcctwood 7-2767 
At Walton oil • i i" 1 cveo '" 
V ) ai Rl FARNV 3 «> m I u ■ 
■ 
,,,„ t „ i. hi, I maki u ■ on offer 

OH., i ' ' "" L| "'' " 

you want on ouctionol you< hl ! 

Q l Wotti ■ ' *'" Wl " n0ld 

,1 suii any day ' ' '• 

Walton Real Estate 
and Sales Barn 

Formerly Horry F, Johnson Auction Co. 




Your present car may win you $ 50,000 



IN PLYMOUTH'S $150,000 LUCKY MOTOR NUMBER SWEEPSTAKES 



The ear you now own may bt» worth a lot more 
than you think! It might win you $60,000. Ch- 
it night take you on a thrilling world trip! 
Those art' just two of the prizes in Plymouth's 
$ "),IKX) Lucky Motor Number Sweepstakes. 

► Be* buy new; better trade-in, too ... 
■Munrafe' Ik* car that's going places with the Young in Heart 



Here's all you do: bring proof of ownership 
— for your 1950 or newer ear (any make)— to 
anv Plymouth dealer, and register the motor 
number on the FREE entry blank. So easy! Not 
a thing to buy! Complete rules at showroom.* 

PLYMOUTH 



785 PRIZES-5150,000 IN ALL! 



1st prize -$50,000 
2nd prize — world trip 
for two by olr, ptut $5,000 
3rd prize-$5,000 
4th prize-$2,500 



5th prize -$1,000 
50 prizes of $500 
75 prizes of $250 
100 prizes of $100 
555 prizes of $50 



PDC 
# j*,.-.* you've rr-.'ifrrcd ycur motor number you can sefl 0/ 
«,u_<. (jui pimesti <j; wilhoui affecting your chances of winning. 



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WALTON ADVERTISER, WALTON, KENTUCKY 



Thui lav 1 < bruary 9. 19 



WANT AD SECTION 1^^ 



Classified Advertising Rates: 25 cents 

per ad for 25 words, or less; over 

25 words, one cent per word. 

All ods cash in advance. 



FOR SALE - 



FOR SALE — Feeders and fountains two 

electric ! • dei IOC - 251 I I 

new cattli fencing. The Willows. 

AT 3-2705. 4t-5* 





M E M 




auto rodi 


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FOR SALE 

mghom 



Alfalfa ho* I I V< 

PI ... Fl ' 4! 21 6* 



FOR SALE— 50-pound cai I I h lord 
good |i FL 7-; It 6' 



FOR 'SALE— V. « rn, $1.25. per 
bushel John Croig ' em 
Road lt-6'* 



A.LE 1946 Nosh 4-door, 25 miles 
. riginal paint, 

eleen inside with good heater, $75. 
John Youngei Eads Road. FLeetw 
' .4-. . 2t-5* 

Varnished ■ 

with inrx t sprin 
plastic couch, can't be I Id 
■ n * ! • : John Ya 

I ■'.-.. 2t-5* 

.... 

Everett 



WANTED - 



WANTED ■ i > ' uy r>i n nl 

for three mot •• n'g purpose s 

must ! . ■ 
Farm Richwood <v 

2t 6 



.TED -Would nt a farm 

with tobacco bos< ash rent 

• Walton R . Wil n 4" 

ti r Walton, K> 4f 3* 



FOR • ■ ■ : 4-cai m - water 

heat . • ■ • > milk 
COhs A • '. 

FL 7-2546 lt-6* 



- y R ich f a rm 



■44-** 



WANTED — Young bull 

good m ill ' - vV.-'t. r M Vest 



FOR SALE— Team I - 7 and 8 

\tc- I. M. E C 

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FOR 

• hav 50. A 

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22 Edwards Ay.e., Walton. 
517. 



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14 .,• Ft. Mitel 

FLeetwood 7-4967. 



FOR SALE — Hay and st-ow 

7-2564 Call after 6 p. m 2t-6* 

FOR SALE — Large, red heavv springer 
milk ccw good and gentle, to be 
at Walton Sales Born, Tuesda\ cut- 
off saw. fits Ford tractor; Goodwill 
cooking range combination; heating 
stoves; hav For Rent, house. John 
W Conrad 67 High St., Walton, Kv 

|f£ 

FOR SALE — 3 or 4 Guernsey' cows. On 
Bracht-Pmer Road. Phone Fleetwood 
7-5025. 2t-5* 



. . . 

8Cy C"w *-* Wf«.-lmnn P.->llrv RonH 



washing and 
fetching curl 

• . v Black, 62 

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ndenci . FL 7-2^5 1 5 



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FOR SALE — Alfalfa, timothv, red 

la hay, about 2.000 bales 
in all Harry Chapman, Verona, Kv 
Phone We I to« 813 2t-6" 



FCK SALE — 1951 Fcrd tract r | ■* 
disc, m wi ■ ■•. t tractor chain-, tractor 
with or without rear duel ■ 
Hcrr> Chapman. V erona, K\ I 
Walton 813 It 6* 



W A\ ' : , \' : ! ull S 

W C i cl i h r - lt . PK-v DUp o nt A 3 52 8. 



It 6* 



. 'ED — Won • re for two 

■ 3 and 5 . . . 

j .. • ... i 

ite -1 6 — Pf ■ FLeetw o I 
7 7252 ' ' 



FOR SALE — Rickard tobacco seed, at 
Reodnour Coal & Feed, Walton K\ 
Phone 154. H 

FOR SALE — Alfalfa, lespedeza and red 
clover hay, 50c per bale. Harvev 
Hughes. Phone Glencoe 3386. 2t-5" 

FOR SALE — Locust posts, any size a'so 
male Berkshire hog, 300 pounds. 
Hobart_ Fisk, near Fiskburg 2t-5* 

FOR SALE — 400 bales cf mixed hay, 
45 cents. Jack Crutcher. FLeetwood 
7-5393 4t-4* 



FOR RENT 



FOR SALE — 3 good registered Ayrshire 
c. as one fresh with heifer calf by 
side, others milking good; also 2 good 

• ' ' John ; 

Shipp. Phone TA 4-8fc8o 2t-6" 

FOR SALE — Counter scales, Defiance, 
fine condition, $75, electric grocery 
size Coca-Cola cooler, $50; oddmg 
marhme, 7 digits, Burroughs, $30; 
tape machine. $1; all size paper bag 
holders. 62 High Street, Walton 
Kv lt-6 



F-CR PENT — Farm cow 

baceo-base;' .icht Pi ne t 

Rood FLeetwood 7-5025 2t 5* 



Let Conrad Serve You! 




New! "Swiri" 

incline. 

KITCHEN 

I KM k 

Color styled irf 4 Kitchen w 

■m colors 

(.n.rrefUd N«m»««l •••• 

) - i..l r.li.w Cka>co»l Om 



FOR RENT— Walton' Autotcl has two 
large trailer spaces with conveniences 
and low rates, city wot. r Cbccffecl in 
South Walton. 4t 3* 

FOR RENT — Furnished a ' three 

rooms, bath. Ca ! l Wo4t n 32 or 16 

tf-6 



FOR RENT — Sleeping r I r men 

■ j, mei w« - ■ roti 
Hotel, Walton Kv 3t-6* 



FOR COMPLETE IRONING 
COMFORT. ..THE NEW 

RIETLTOP 

ftti IRONING TABLE 



vekcluori 



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FOR SALE — Hay, reasonably priced. Call 
Alan Campbell, FL 7-5544. 4t-4* 

FOR SALE — Mixed hay, 40c per bale; 
olso second and third cutting alfalfa 
hay, extra good, 85c per bale. Phone 
ATlantic 3-1481. 2t-5 

FOR SALE — Alfalfa and mixed hay, bal- 
ed. Mrs. Loretta Schurder, Richardson 
Rood near L.&N. Railroad bridge. 

4t-3* 



FOR SALE— Two large size oil st • 
chests, dresser, bed^and ether items, 
w '. reasonable. Phone FLeetwood j 
7-2286 lt-6* 

; FOR SALE — White porcelain gas range, 
$20; electric cream separator, $25 
S. W. Eichholz, U S. 42, 2 miles 

lt-6* 



FOR SALE — Rickard tobacco seed, at 
Readnour Cool & Feeo, Walton, Ky. 
Phone 154. tf 



south cf Unr n 



FOR SALE — Or would like trade for a 
• farm; 160' frontage on U. S. 25, No. 
Main St., Williomstown, Ky. 7 rooms, 
2 baths, modern steam heat; ideal 
place for beauty salon, grocery, etc , 
or would moke nice tourist home; 
parking space for 7 cars. Large lot, 
wih plenty garden space. Telephone 
TA 4-6071 2t-6* 



MISCELLANEOUS - 

BETTER CALVES ct less c I * th the 
Southern Stoti colf-raismg program 

New Jker and calf- 

. deveTopefr— 5 . • - ■' '5^6 50 

en every coif Ll[ ,. irnb Farm r 
High School - 




—SERVICE THAT SATISFIES— 

Tun* In WLW, 12:25; WPFB, 11:43; 
WCKY, 12:15; WKBV, 12:30 (EST 



NORRIS BROCK CO. 

CINCINNATI STOCK YARDS 

A Live Wire ond Progressive Or- 
ganization, second to none. We 
ore strictly sellers on the best oil- 
around market in the country. We 
hope you will eventually ship to 
us. Why not now? 

Reference: Ask the Flnt 
Man Yea Meet! 




When The Crash 

Comet - Be 

Protected 

NtfHwuiomobih 
ps^&fuhtal Inaurano* 
^^r Company 

J. B. JOHNSON 

AGENT 
PHONE 112 - WALTON, KY. 




• Plinci "\ U« f-m lof til dowfl inxi- 
in« No more .umprd. mrd ''*». kne*» 
and (cc( 

• Top "flow H»h< uti \ >ur lip • • 
rndi nnm tcrruh ind tium 



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Large or Small 
... See Powers 



CONRAD HARDWARE 

ALL TYPES OF HOUSEHOLD 

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TA Bf AUTY SHOP— A • m ' t 

lia S Chu' ■ 
• • V • r -v.'w f--. • 

8 00 Fnaoys C •■' PI "• 

FL 7-3351 Rita '■' 
and tf 



Wotton 1342 , »f 



FERTILIZER DELIVERED -- 6-8-6 sul- 
phate, $43 36, 6-6-18 sulphate, 
$56 10; 5-10 15 sulphate, $54 69; 
4-8 12 sulphate, $4700 10 10-10. 
$57 4? 8 8 8. $49.37, 5-10-10, 
$45 09, 3-12.12, $43.95; 3-9-6. 
$36 85, 0-20-20, $57 42, 20%, 
$30.90. Delbert Lacey, P. 0. Box 85, 
Richmond, Ind Phone 5182. 8t-2 



RAZOR BLADES less than Ic. Send 75c 
in stamps for 100 D'.n Juan [ 
Edge Blades oi wril I r ftee samples 
AH postpaid Notional Specialty Sales. 
Box 301, Cincinnati 1, Ohir 7t 4* 

CARLOAD — A carload of Am- i 
Nitrate |ust arrived Readnour Coal 
and Feed, Walton Phone 154 tf 



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BAHTH 
MOT01ZS 

AMO WE B* TRAIMEO TO 
6IVE THE BC6TOF £ERVKE 





Barth Motors 



Walton 38 



OUKBCKEH SERVICE 

GENERAL REPAIR ANP 
BOE-Y WORK. 

134 N. MAIN ST. WALTON, KY. 



FL 7-5115 




AUTOTEL TOURIST COURT — Heatt-d 
cabins, by do> oi *eeV ilso h* large 
trailer spaces, with all conveniences, 
reasonable rent; city water. South 
Walton, Walt n t 4t-3* 



'.••••• . • . San. 

tad i ,<i"ing of 

• • . - .1 tt 

A/ATCH REPAIRING 

most walcrx ■, ond 

.lating. $- 
Walton arni I ■ ■ foi Phoni 

.-. flton I 80 tf 

A/ PRICI 

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WALTON. KENTUCKY 



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• ■ Brei , 

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. . 4 3244 ■ • * . r , 

i - • . ■. c.ill 

FL 7-8 tt 



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• " ■'• 
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OAK FAi- '.' 
mile East of - H 

fling Roc '."'•*-• 
day.'W. 

8.00 p m , Friday 1:00 to | 

m . Saturday, 9.00 a m t • 6 p m 
V irning tment. Closed 

day Monday Ladies han 
Cliff'" I Con ' tf 



■ wol h ■ « 
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t . . 

A/all 
Phone Wall tf 

.-. «ilh N K.I 
A . ted wit 

ServiCi y ' '■■ ' ' ' ■ H 

provci ■ Jersey,' Holsteu 

.s- * Black Angus 

Milking Short) 
my <. ■ For 
■ fL 7 6681 tf 



r ,AVE MORE CASH ON AUTO INSUR- 
ANCE with STATE FAI '•' ■ * Care- 
ful Driv. r i .■ ■ , I U ' "■ >-ach 
week at Burlington, Hebron, Florence, 
Union, Wolton, or write Ryle Ewbank, 
Warsaw, Ky. JO 7 4141. 6t 4* 



MR.. FARMER -- Don't forg( t wc take 
FREE soil samples, so you will know 
exactly how murh fi rtilizer and what 
analysis to usi Readnou Coal & Feed, 
Walton" Ky. Phone 1 54 tf 



Used Car Bargains 



HEAT WITH THE SECOND SUN— Ken- 
! n County 
Kenton lump, $14.2' 
$13.75; Scarlet stoker, $1S.2S Water 
hauling. Joe Kunkcl, owner, Nichol- 
son, Ky FL 7-6711 tf 



! '53 DODGE Station Wagon '52 DODGE 4-Door Sedan 
■ 

'52 PLYM. Station Wagon '51 DODGE Wayfarer 
■ 
■ '50 CHEVROLET 4 Door '49 DODGE Wayfarer 



PAINTING—- First doss work, guaron 
teed; brush or spray resident 
commercial. FLeetwood 7-7187 



vVE DELIVER BRICK — Anynr building 
a brick homo, see us I foi u buy 
any brick; $45.00 per th' -. 
Little & Ray Fisk, Nicholson Walton 
Road. FL 7-7451. 2t-6* 



See the New 1956 Dodge 

PETTIT MOTORS 

FLeetwood 7-4561 Independence. Ky. 



DeMoisey Gas 



FOR . .. HEATING 
...COOKING * 
. . . WATER HEATING 



Call Walton 1 372 



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WALTON, KENTUCKY - THURSDAY 







Numbe'r 7 



Walton and Pioneers 
Win Two Games Each 



'Cats Defeat Gallatin 
County and St. Thomas 



tXlf irtgT fK» pOsT "Writ ! 

bol I ti ' retry ¥i 

. • a . . two i rhrri lefi ' ■ 

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i I n.i/>o«-LXu>i: 'itii.n Km 



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t i ■ kept up thj ii tost clip a . 

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Wolton-Verono 69, St Thomoi 50 

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Wolton Vrrono 68. Gallatin County 42 

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HERBERT R. PARKER 

M. ri.it : C.rlii 48. a not.. • 



tut - , foi 25 years died lust n 

High*. 

I r wcs a farmer most 

' ' ' ' ! *■ preparing to movi 

■ ■ 

* t • * i -Tin. 

Ic Carl M I . •-. i 



ERNEST (MORRIS 

I .i . - Norri ' ilored oge 78 died 
hi -ni. in Walt m Fel 'nary 8 Hi 
retired former 
. . irv ludi his mrifi W i 

foul ■ lii . ,' ' ■' Mi 

Louise Fitzgerold of Lmculn Heights, 

Mr-. Alice Sol :■ ' ( Wolton 

Mn ; •• • echrest oi HWrs Morrjori't 

• • t Wilhomst wn f i v.. suns 

II • William 

• Baoli Ind . J >hn f N ittiS of 



re, Md , I R Carl 

I a.,ii. ,(,;.» me ,, 

Eula Chrl .... II of Inek pen 
■ ) u grand 
of Flo 

Wa-Na Club Hears 
Talk On Flowers at 
February Meeting 

*P| ....... . ^ 

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town, at tl • • • '. 

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nl I 

rale tl 
mstowi 
met E I • • • tl 

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• tanford and Owen W 
'. '■ " I Indianapolis In,; 

• • Mr Margaret Davis, Cincinnati, 
28 grandchildren, and reol jiand 

Iren 

1 ■ I Saturday at 1 00 
p m . in thi Zi m Baptist Church, Wol 
t m with mtermenl n Smith Cen 
i ii .• ,. . 



Four Youths Killed As Auto Hits 
Tree On Main St. Early Monday 



Wayman-Mattingly 
Wedding Solemnized 
In Covington, Dec. 17 



"til I llWllTf' 



(tin 

• 
ing 14 ■ • 

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• ■• .4- 'i a 5727 

• 

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• '■ •- * 4 M 

ton 4, Hill 5 and 

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Erlanger Lloyd SB Walton- Verona 54 

I • ■ ,. i I i , I o 58 54 \ • 

• '■ • IpsI Friday i 

■ 
I ■ ■■.., 

.■>,•• .. ■ ■ ■ 

first to 27- 1 6 

Drill upnlv 

ing tl ■ ■ . ;m a long uphill light 

in the third '. inttng the 

• 15 to troil 42-35 Again in 
•i .) ih.' losers iiitv red 

1 9-)6 Kit lirTH I ..• 

•• it 

I ■ ....;. i 1 1 |htni r 3, Luce 8 Brum r 
8 I ■ ■ ► 13 M,ii, r 8, Dickerson 2. and 
i 16 

Wulti r. Mmic 3 Hinds 17. 

s <i 5 P n 14 urln. , 6, Cool • 

I ■ r won the resi rve gome 3328 

Simon Kenton 86. Dayton 67 

Tin Simon Kenton Pioneers blasted a 
I t ti • opening minutes ol theit 

■ tboli game with Doyton. Tuesday 
ond ended up with on 86 67 
»m ..n the loser's floor Thr lv>n, . i 
jumped inl i a 14 lead in th first t ,.• 
minutes of ploy Dayton was nearly able 
to ploy, on r\i-n trims for the remainder 
if tin game but the damoge was ti. -ne 

Tfer Independence team doul led the 

si ore i ii thi P. ^ .' in thi ' I .1 I i 

i M ol 47 32 The winner. I I 

A-, ism, dgi in thi tl ird pi riod I i a 

Sim n I Ion Ruef • I II SiUi 
: rue* - I El m Exler 5 Buffi i 



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■ • 4 

ton Millei f ' ' Ii <i\ r > Hoyi s 
■„i-i d 8, H ffsti der 8, H 

ond Willi ■• . . 

• lame 

64 4 J 

Simon Kcnton"*8l "Ludlow 47 

' lt» Llidlnw 

Pantl ■ 81-47 set I I riday 

'float I h wii ni ■ . 

hod ten | 'i.i .(-. lumn 
Butll r Ii I with 25 pi .' 

rhi Panrh i . hailed 23 13 ot the • nd 

, I Ih tn .t period With Butler. Vaughan 
mi, i l ii. ii leading tin; w is tfie Pioneers 
yi r a 44 24 lead at balttimc. The 
w n .in i i . red thi hi mi ti m 20 8 

in Hi third [uorti r for o lead of 64 12 

• . i i nl -Li .1 fn rly in til I l<a>t 

, with ii.. Ind . i ii In 'lil 

ing, a 17-15 edge. 

ni n i-u' I" I 2 Matt, oli I, 



-j— m > i, v Jt 

. . 

A ri|. il f tl I win h wos 

. .. . . . • 

■ at succi ss 
j ..577.72 The 

club agree.) thai H *> PVi ihwhile 

• w ngnin n> » i 

Following th, busines 1 meeting on.i 
hn • • wt '. 
' > ti.. - • ".'• ton ley 

. •• Vrs Clinton SI 

the folic wing n 

1 •• • Ml i. ige Ryan, 

V' I 

| 
'•' I > Mrs Jan 

'•'.•. k, Jr., 

V ROUSI Mrs 

v 

'•'' •'• ' Viss Virginia 

bill and ht r motl 

1 1 March m.'i ting will l , I" Id 

iront March 5 at 8 00 

p m H ■ li' ' I r this ni' I ting Ore 
W' J irjrv V. . I i.i and Mi 

■ 



In Alaskan Maneuvers 

Ptc Poul E W, lister, 22, son of Mr 
and Mrs Paul Wtlisttr, Verona, is tak 
ing part in the Army's Alaskan "Exer- 
H " ' in thi Big Delta area, 
165 miles from the Arctic Circle. 

r» m< thods of arctic supply, oirdrop 
and giont oversnovw trocl i sled-trains, 
ar, lieing compared in the four-week 
maneuver Winter temperatures in the 
di ; ■ to about 51 1 I iel< w 

ii n i 

Wil.t. i i. regularly assigned as a 
radii repairman with the 12th Tank 
Lom|>ony in the 71st Infantry Division's 
53td Regiment at Fort Richardson, 
Alasko He entered the Army in July, 
1954, and was last stationed at Fort 
Benning Ga Webstei is a 1953 
not,. . I Walton v ' ma High School. ■ 

Cccilian 4-H Club Meets 

Tin- Ccc ilia n 4H I lul l m e t i n the 



, ni. i ! ..I Im.1, ,,, ,,,), no 

Monday, Jar.uais 16 at 8 00 p m - 

Ihr prou| -toll, nl about pi foi 

t 1 " year and Mckin Strain talked 
' li i in. its Hi .aid girls ( i uld take thi^ 
jecl 
The mxt mcating will be held Mon. 

■ Ins I . bruary 20, at 8:00 p m 

Green River. Poultry Farm in 
■ ■ unty i i n itrui ting a building 

■ hi use 20,000 hi n 



Silvers IK, Merman 5, Heegcr I, EIIk tt 
l( Brue< kni t 8, I x«li i 4 Butler 25, 
Vaughan 13, Coleman 6. 

I ij. Jltss I iH, ii, I .1 M. , n .' T ! 
5, Smith Prii 4 Egli in 5 Draud 6 

I pp. ' n I Ri , , ; t . ., D K, ml, \ 
14 » 

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I \ a 41 38 sc 



'ad charge of arrangements 

Walton Chapter Meets 

'■ hoptei hel ! a special meet 

mg last Fi I., evening for initiotmn 

Mr and Mr' Charles Allphin of George- 
i «i vsi ri irntuit. d into the chapter 
n attending the meeting wen 

f DeMoisey Clayton Jones, John 
Kash Martin Ora Stone 
•? Ruby 1 
• ■ i , ■ t. [ | ,. 

f . : . ■ ' | : ,, . 

lull Ma rt ii 
Newtm 

'■• ' ello Richai I Q . 

... . , .. 

i . . 
Myrtli > ■ ung 
I - feinhortei Mors Allt n, and 
I • ■ . t Penicl 



"Pay Lake" Fishing Law 

A c ,1-npr m,, t to the Northern Ken- 

"pay lake" issue found its way 

the General Assembly hopper for 

hcation, according to a report from 

Frankfort 

Si not. r, Alvin Kidwell, Sporto; Louis 

Ri uscl ■ • I rt Thomas, and Carl J. Ruh, 

Mae Frances Waymun, daugi tei Fort Mitchell, offered a bill that 

t Mr and Mrs Rel Stant Waymar colli for the licensing of lakes upon the 

I Mr Jomes Re *.ng tvos-is For each two acres or 

"•' " ' • n of Mr. ond Mrs L .* ■ .s, $50 00. each additional acre, $10, 

r. nee Mattmgly, m a double ring candle- hut not to exceed $100 for any lake. 

mnized Dec mber 17 Palrnn , : , , such , akts wou(d be exempt 
Church. Covington from indiv i dua | fishing licenses, but any 
pay Icke operator who refuses to accept 



D 8 Eastep officiated 

' 1 1 



All Four Boys Are 
From Union Area 




acreage license requiremnt, would 
find their patrons subject to individual 
license. 

Visitors from Canada 

Mr and Mrs Pet, Ml U of Regma, 

Sask., Canada, called on Mr. and Mrs 

headpiece Cloyd Kannady and family of Verona, 



mar- 
riage by her fath- 
er, the bride wore 
a dulcette - satin 
■ g gown 
with pearl em- 
lered s ( . Ivc t 
II neckline. 
He 



f satin ar I ' * ■ ■ - Fhi Kcnnadys had not seen 
velvet c o v e red The M>.-tz family for 27 years. They be- 
»ith pearls. She ; ca'nc I .-.hen Mr. ond Mrs. Kan- 
carned a bcauti- ! nady lived in Canada 
ful arrangemi ■ • 



f sevei 
orchids. 



whitt 



Boy Scout Chicken Supper 

1 h( or ■ . 
by thi it ' . 8 of In- 



will -be hi Id jaturday, feb. 
■ Ion High School. Serv : 
t 5:00 ond continue 
8.00 p m Adults $1.00 and cl 
urn), i 1 . years 50 cents, with all pro- 
to help pi S . 

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Grand Opening Scheduled 

The grand opening • ♦ Walton's 

leading rocers Beighli Bi will tx 

turday Februi 
on,; 18 at theii nev< location on North 
Mam Strut ond High School Court 
'' nng many l>ar^)ains and 

gifts lor this occasion. 



■Wcl ' ushers 

Twolef w 



Petersburg Man Is 
Hunted for Shooting 
His Estranged Wife 



A meeting arranged by on estranged 

ne i unfy I i I scuss rcconcilio. 

tion ended violently this weel when 

tho husband shot and seriously wounded 

his wifi 

PoliCi wre combing the Ohio Rivei 
bank and other areas near Petersburg 
where the shooting occurred, for Chester 
Lainnort, 23, of Petersburg 

His wife Phyllis, 20, was shot once 
in her chest and once in her abdomen 
s " o 22-calibrc revolver. She is in a 
serious c 'ndition at St. Elizabeth Hos- 
pital, C ovin gton. 

•■ Byi ■• Kmman said that Judge 
*V ' Yoger of Bi oni Circuit C urt 
where Mrs Lainhart hod filed suit for 
divorce, had issued an order restraining 
li. I husband from seeing her. 

However, Mrs. Loinhart agreed thru 
a third party to allow her husbond to 
visit her at the home of Mr. and Mrs 
s li \ Slaybock, near Petersburg, where 
hi hod been living since then separa 
tii n 

Green Clover 4-H'ers Meet 

— The Green Cjover 4-fcL. Club held its 
' mi ,ting at All Saints School on 
lanuary 17 with Mi .s Nancy Guilfoil 
in chii' 

was a parents recognition rrteet- 
■ ) a [irogram ,wos. given in their 
1 ' i is James Pool,', Gertrude Butler, 
Larry Hornsby Mars Amj Boltscn, Merle 
Cuzick and Mars Agrx ; Bish 
attending wire Mrs John Hetterman, 
Mr and Mr~ T. C. McDonald, and Mrs 
: im Rii i 
Miss Guilfoil distributed 4-H calen- 
oll pi nt and also prom is. : I 
|i i .i 4-H Hag and a - , ng b >ok foi thi 
club which will be greatly apprciated 
by oil. 

Gertrude Butler »o elected i ng lead- 
..n ' ' r rnmy McDom Id was n 
■ 

.. . : . ■ •' ' ■ .°^' 

1 ' . s ns, i\ v . • n! n, ■ n- 

. 

I 00 ai ri ,i :,. , . , 



Mrs. Mattingly 

Mrs William Goll'iwoy of Berea, Ky.. 

^ ; tbi matron f honoi M 

Ann Fawkcs. Claire Cohen, Jean Carti r 

Mottingly, Jo Ann Brown, and 

Williams were the bridesmaids 

Th'-V wore red taffeta gowns n nd rnrrmH 



Farm Bureau Elects 
Directors at Annual 
Meeting February 10 



"" ' vered with white pon pons and | * 

white orchid. One of the largest crowds to date af- 

Mr Hiram Blair of Lexington, Ky , I tended the Boone County Farm Bureau 

vs the groom's best man Messrs. Ken I annual meeting at the C urt House in 

Jim Shi pherd, Frank Armstrong, Burlington, Friday, February 10, and 

Wayni Moort Don Zuberer, and Doug ' clcct ed the following dirctors for a two- 



year term. 

Vaughn Hempfbng William E. Graves, 
' girl and ring bearer, Rel Wcyman F N McWh rt. i Sebren R. Scott, W. 
and Juds Jump 'Robert Ellis, L. C.' Tanner, J. Lassing 

Aft,- tl wi ddmg reception at the Huey D E Ogden, Earl Jones, Beckham 
churc*' " uple left for a honesmoon Shields, and John E Cngler. Omer Dol- 

m Washington D C. Thes are n .s n *'-k wes elected for a one-year term to 
siding at 206 Crescent C iurt Louissille, ' fl " m e unexpired term of J. C. Aylor, 



Kentucks 



Now Taking WAC Training 

Pst Bcrbara Abhervc, daughter of 
Mr an,i Mr Roy Hurd) enlisted in the 
Women', Army Corps, February I, at 
the Arm. Recruiting Stat I I Office 

Bldg., Covington. A graduate of Simon 
Ker.ton High School in 1955, she will 
take her training at the WAC Training 
Center, Fort McClellan, Ala. . 

Dickerson Promoted 

William O Dickerson, 25, son- of Mr 
and Mrs Cecil Dickerson, Star Route, 
Walton, recently was promoted to spec- 
ialist third class at Fort Benning, Go., 
where he is a member of the 3rd In- 
fantry Division. 

Specialist Dickerson, a gunner in the 
6th Battalion's Company B, entered the 
Army in June, 1954 He received basic 
training ot Fort Jackson, S. C." He at- 
tended New Haven High School. 

Gigantic Sale to Begin 

The HuKr jewelry store in Walton is 
starting a huge sale of first class mer- 
chandise. Fr.dav i ) this week. They pur- 
chased a I.: . . \ at below-ccst and 
are passing fPie savings on to their cus- 
tomers, according to Mr. Hubcr. An ad 
appears in this issue giving odd details. 

Boone County Births 

The foil, wing births have been re- 
I c os e d b y the Boone Count' 
partment, Florence: 

Abrams lewis and Mima, Walton, 
girl, Peg. is Lee January 23. 

Carroll, Lyman end Marguerite, Flor- 
n, , t girl ■ : Sui , January 27. 

Cuneo, Wi.lliam and Nannie, Burling- 
ton, girl, Debbie Lynn, January 21, 

Dam. rpn Jornes and Elecnor, Burling- 
ton, girl, Rebecca Jean/January 17. 

Hogan, Bernard and Patricia, Peters 
burg, girl, Jacqueline Kav. January 21. 

Koenig, James and Mary, Floronce, 
boy, Thomas James, January 19 

Phelps, Oribet and Betty, Florence, 
girl, SalK J> lanuary 20. 

Scudder, John ond Borbo ro Hebron, 
girl, Barbara Sue January 24. 

Taylor, Walter anel June, Burlington, 
■ ■ January '8 

I 

Joi William IS 

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cv he is now living in Price Hill, Ohio. 

Other directors whose terms will not 
expire until next year arc L. H. Congle- 
ton, Ben F. Dixon. Gilbert Dolwick, 
Enrtbry Klopp, Robert B. Rogrs, Grant 
Maddox, S W. Eichholz. J. B. Jones 
and Joe Rouse. 

Beckham Shields was elected presi- 
dent, and J. Lassing Huey, S. W Eich- 
holz and John E. Crigler were also re- 
elected first and second vice prsident, 
and sccrtory-treasurer respctively. 

Mrs Grant Maddox Mrs L. H 
Congleton and Mrs. John E. Crigler were 
reelected president, vice president, and 
secretary-treasurer, respctively, of the 
Farm Bureau Women 

W. B. Fortenberry of the Kentucky 
Experiment Station showed some very 
interesting pictures in connection with 
his talk about his work in the farming 
sections of Japan and the Hawaiian Is- 
lands. 

Music was furnished by three members 
of the 4-H Club, Ronnie Kwozalla, Judy 
Munson and Ruth Murray. They had 
previou'ly competed for honors in the 
4-H Talent Show. 

The membership committee is hoping 
to have the largest Farm Bureau mem- 
bership in the Sixth District this year, 
as Boone county was a close second to 
Owen county last 'year " 
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NFLA Pays 5% Dividend 

The Board of Directors of the North- 
ern Kentucky NFLA (Federal Land Bank 
Loans 1 voted last week to pay a 5°o 

HgQlfe Dg; dividend to membrs. 

Checks for this dividend will be dis- 



tributed at the annual stockholders meet- 
ing which will be held at the Legion 
Hall, Williamstown, Saturday, February 
25, at 1:00- p- m 

B. W. Fortcnbery of the Univcr-.its of 
Kentucky, will be the principal speaker 
He will show colored slides anil tell 
about his trip to Japan last fall 

The public is invited. 

Mobile X-Ray Schedule 

The schedule of visits in Boone co- 
unty by th X-ray mobile unit has been 
announced by tho Boone- County Health 
Department, as foil i 

Walton, February 20; Flon I 
ry 21 22 and Burlington ( b 



One of the worst auto accidents in 
the hisory of Walton occurred early Mon- 
day morning when four Boone county 
youths wre killed. Their speeding auto 
failed to make a turn and crashed into 
a tree on north Main Street, 

The dead were: Alvin (Billy) Kelley, 
17, of Union-Hathaway Road; Carl Rob- 
inson, 20, Gunpowder Road; Carl Biby 
Adams, 17, of Union, and Charles Ran- 
dall Bevis, 16, of Big Bone Road. 

Police Chief Herman Simmons, Wal- 
ton, said the new auto in which the 
quartet was riding had to be traveling at 
more than 80 miles an hour He said 
when he arrived on the scene two of 
the victims were on the ground near the 
car, ond the other two were still in the 
wreckage. 

The chief said there was no way to 
determine who was driving. The auto 
was owned by Mr. Robinson. 

The auto was traveling north and was 
coming out of a right-hand curve when 
the driver apparently lost control. The 
car crossed the highway, narrowly miss- 
ed a utility pole, then crashed into a 
huge tree in the yard of the pastor of 
the Walton Methodist Church, the Rev 
A. E Atkinson. 

Force of the impact was so ten be 
the girth of the tree wos molded "to 
the fr o nt of the c o r — Th left front whi. I 



was crushed into a position beneath the 
front seat. The steering wheel was 
twisted to the top of the car. 

The Adams boy was taken to St. Eliz- 
abeth Hospital, Covington, where he 
was pronounced dead. The other vic- 
tims were removed to the Chombers and 
Grubbs funeral home, Walton. 

Services for Alvin (Billy) Kelley, son 
of Mr. and Mrs. Lucion Kelley, . will be 
held this (Thursday) afternoon at 2:00 
at the Big Bone Baptist Church, with 
burial in Richwood Cemetery. 

Services for Carl Billy Adams, son of 
Mrs Hozel Adams, will be held this 
(Thursday) morning at 1030 at the 
Stith funeral home Florence with bur- 
ial in Hopeful Cemetery. 

Services for Charles Rondel! Bvis, son 
cf Mr. and Mrs. David Bevis, were held 
Wednesday afternoon at the- Big Bone 
Baptist Church, with burial in the church 
cemetery. 

Services for Carl Robinson, son of Mr. 
and Mrs. Everett Robinson, were held 
Wednesday morning at the Union Baptist 
Church, with burial in the Warsaw 
Cemetery. He was a Navy veteran. 

Th Chambers & Grubbs funeral home, 
Florence, had charge of arrangements 
for the Bevis and Robinson funerals. 



Burglars Active In 
This County; Four 
Businesses Entered 



Wednes- 
hree bus- 

25, near 

had 

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Burglars had a field day la 
day night in Boone counts 
iness houses, located on U c 
Florence, reported that the i' 
been broken into after cle 
February 8. 

Clay Hudson told Shi ■ 
man that thieves had ' 
through a front door, 
juke box and stolen o^, . 
gloves. Love Br. 
joining service station i rt I that en-— 
trance was g a i ned thi c ugh a r ea r win- 
dow, with the san i -ators of 
Cabindalc, a tourist , ' trance 
also had been ga ih a rear 
window and that miscellaneous items 
including cigarettes hid been taken. 
A juke box also was broken and coins 
removed. 

Sheriff Kmman said that at Cabifidale 
the culprits had eaten a cake and had 
drunk some bottled beer, leaving tho 
empties on the table. 

Chili Supper at Simon Kenton 

The F. H. A. Chapter of Simon Ken- 
ton High School is sponsoring a chili 
supper Thursday, February 23, from 
5 30 to 7:30 p m. The supper will take 
me' Economics Room on 
^_^^^ r of th Simon Kenton 
'^fTK^t, are 50 cents each. 
id coffee or milk will 



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WALTON 
ADVERTISER 

(Established In 1914) 



Entered As Second Closs Matter 

Jonuory 1, 1916, at the Post 

Office of Walton, Kentucky 



MARK M. MEADOWS 

Owner ond Editor 

Mokolm Simpson -- Assistant Editor j 
| Moynord Meadow* -- Shop Foreman, 




Subscription Rote: 

$2 00 Per Ye«r — In Advance 



MEMBER 

KEjtfft/cKY PRES! 
'AS SOCIATION , 



Wallace Grubbs is a patient at Christ 
Hospital Cincinnati 

Mrs Jane Sleet spent several davs 
the post week with her sister, Sue Honce, 

in Cincinnati 



Stonev Co\le is ill at Taylor's restou- 
rant. Mrs. Taylor is caring for him. 

Mrs. Mavme Simrson has been ill at 
her hem? the oast week. 

Gary Fornash is ill at his home with 
scarlet feyer. 

Mrs. Herman Newton cf Covitvgton, 
was the Friday night guest of Ora Stone 
Mrs. Art Smith visited her son Richard 
at Speers Hospital last Thursday. 

Kathleen Flynn was the weekend 
guest of her aunt, Ora .Stone.. Sunday 
dinner guests were Mrs. E. T Pickett 
ond son of Erlonger. 

Mr. and Mrs. Chuck Roce' and little 
daughter of Covington, were the Sunday 
guests of her parents, Mr. ond Mrs 
Matt Flynn. 

Rev. Orville M. Skeen, State Evangel- 
ist, of Lexington, was guest speaker at 
th Chrrstian Church, Sunday. 

The C.W.F. and the Guild of the local 
Christian church will unite with the Mis- 
sionary societies of the Methodist and 
Baptist churches in observance of World 
Day * Prayer .-J 1 30 p m, Friday, 



J om < ie hci finished his train- 

ing ot Fort Leonard Wood Mo and is 
ling eleven days with his parents 
Mr and Mrs. Arthur Burdme after which 
will go to A V\d. 

Mi • nhauser was the Sunday 

guest of her brother and wife, Mr and 
Mrs Steve Durr of n -cr Nicholson 

The youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. 
Wesley Burgess had his tonsils removed 
last Friday. 

Mr. and Mrs Jack Rouse and daugh- 
ter, Annette spent Sunday with her par- 
ents, Mr. and Mrs~J. R Flynn, at Bracht. 
Tony and Dory I Kephurt of Blan- 
chester, Ohic, are visiting their aunt and 
Mr. end Mrs. Melvm Wasson 
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Dawson and 
Mrs. Emma Alexander of Erlanger, were 
The Sundav guests of Mrs Maggie- Chop- 
man 

Mr. and Mrs Al Hunt entertained 
on Sunday their son and children. Mr 
and Mrs. A. A Hunt Tommie and Ron- 
nie, and her sister and hushand. Mr and 
Mrs Bud Hamilton all of Winchester, in 
honor of the birthday of A. T, Hunt. 

Mrs. Arthur Burdme spent Friday w.th 
her daughter and husband, Mr ar 
Tom Parker, and children cf Milton. 

Miss Alva Flynn was the Fndav eve- 
nirg. guest of her brother and wife, Mr 
and Mrs. Carl Flynn, at Warsaw. 

Mrs. Paul Beighle was tne Fndo. 
mng gu-. ,1 f her parent,, Rev. and Mrs 
G« . W Hoffman at Warsaw 

Mrs. Warren Stephenson is a patient 
at St. Elizabeth Hospital, Covington, for 
observation. 

Miss Beverly Gerth was the weekend 
guest of Miss Lynnelle Flynn 



v was 

V of V Mar-y 

Rensli 

Mr and Mrs. Mark Racey calld on 
Mr and Mrs Homer Osborne, Sunday 
•on 
M* I Ml ' ;vhens and son, 

. were Sundav guests of her par- 
ents, Mr. ond Mrs J R Flynn Bracht. 

Little Evelyn Jones is - nfined to her 
home with measles She is the daughter 
Of Mr" and Mrs Govt, n 

Mrs. Emma Flynn Mrs Lizzie Wil- 
liomson ond Miss Alva Fl>nn were the 
Sunday guests of Mr and Mrs Lebus 
Stephenson 

Mrs Herman Vest and little son of 
San Francisco Calif have returned here 
to be with her mother, Mrs Hattie Taul 
bee ond his rx r ' ' v ' -"■' 1 >' ^ rs Wl " 
Vest, os her I - ' - 

• 
ie attending the march of Boy 
m Covingt n 5unda> were Joe 
Romes Jimmy t ne Jerry Treodwoy 
Jimmy Ward and Clarence Patrick 

Mrs. Stanley Allen, Den Mother of 
the Cub Scouts announces there will be 

til fur 

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Mr ond V 

Mr and Mi Prawning af 

Turk. . * 'he Friday eve 

• her parents, M- 
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Mi v • .-"> of Di • Ridg 

t h,. ,v • * M's Emma Flynn 

and Mi . izie Wilhorn i 
Sclv>ol Court 

Mr ond Mi 1 V and 

■ ■> were the Saturdoy 
f his parents, V 
Massie 

CHI RHO 
a bake sole ot K.\an s hardwori I 
Saturday. Feb 1 8 Anyone wf would 

■ donate I I 
asked to call Mrs Clarence Patrick .'. 
ton 704 

Mr and Mrs Stanley. McClougWm i I 

Au' ra Ind w- 'i - id guests 

sister and husband Mr and M' 
■ -ear Walton 
Mr an J Mrs Leo f\\ nn or I 
Lynnelle spent Saturdoy in Cincinnati 

Mrs Flynn hod a turn, r r ■ •■ 



.. , ind Wanda V 

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grand; .'■ ■ ' Ml W ' I '■' 

M' * , with 

Mrs. ht 1 H 

Mrs -'.'■' 

Russell Spark wl ' ■ 

H rspitol is 'd ung i ely no* 

and • ■ ' 'is 



Lodii i Aid o( rhe Mi " 

! it-. mjulof me. ting at 

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RADIATORS 

Repaired and (leaned 



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trt offer leaving 
a meeting ot hi I I 

Mr ond W ' ' ■ ' arvi child- 

ren of Milton wen indav guests of 
Mr and Mr -Arthur - Bur- 
dme 

A 2c James H -^ rd ha r< tun 
■ . A F : ' " after 

spending several days wfl family 

Mr and V • I 0T 

Church Strt • I 



trer — fmgTT — at — St E li i ot'fth HtvvptMJ — 

Saturday offemo 

M - Betty Black * *itl 

... V- '.'■ . Om. ' ■ 

• 
Mr and Mrs Howard Smith • 

., 

his father Art Smith on,) M 
Mr ond Mrs. Mel\ 



BODY WORK 

Painting • Retouching 
WRECKER SERVICE ... DAY or NIGHT 




. Ei -,,,,. i M-s Lucas U-"vj on 

I M 

Mi ond '•' »ster » 

inday guest f hei 

he-id Mr. end Mrs Gene F 
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A • and rnott Eleoi 

left Friday I 

'.' - • 'Skmnv" Isbell 's 

. . ill at the home of I thee Don 



Expert Carburetor Work - Body Work and Painting 

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SALES 



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PHONE 95 WALTON, KY. 

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Feb. 17 at the Baptist Church. All who 
are interested are urged to attend. Mrs 
A. E. Atkinson of the Methodist Church 
will be the leader. 

W are glad to report Miss Alicia Neu- 
meister is improving rapidly at the home 
of her niece, Mrs. Lula Huey. 

Mr. and Mrs. Richord Howard enter- 
tained for dinner Sunday, Mr and Mrs. 
Henry Deotherage and Gary of Coving- 
ton, Mr. and Mrs. Naaman Cook, Mr. 
and Mrs John E. Ryan and son, Gilbert 
Maxwell, and Mr. Maxwell of Illinois. 

Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Rouse, Mr. and 
Mrs. A M. Rouse and Mrs. Ralph Car- 
penter spent from Friday until Sunday at 
Greenville, Ohio, the guests of Mr. and 
Mrs. W. H. Bertram and family. 



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Immediate Installation and 
Prompt Service on Refill. 

"Brown" Gas Stoves 
Gas Hot Water Heaters 

Jansen Hardware 

110 Pike Street 
COVINGTON, KENTUCKY 



run for your 
money ! 



Only Chevrolet puts you in charge of the dynamite 
-action and sure-fire handling qualities it takes to 
bnuk the Pikes Peak record! Better try it before you 
plank down your dollars for any car at any price. 

plus other things that make for* 
more driving pleasure and safety 
Gome <>n in axid 
try the record-breaker! 



Almost everybody likes a real 
And nowadays you no 



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It.nger have to pay a king's ran- 
som to own one They're going 
at Chevrok t prices! 

For the new Chevrolet is one 

of the few truly great road cars 
being built today! It has to be 
to hold the stork ear record for 
the Pikes Teak climb. It has 
to have cannonball acceleration 
(horsepower now ranges up to 
225!) and nailed-down stability 
on turns. It lias to have easy, 
super-accurate steering, too - 




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DRIVE-IN 

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KKINTIICKIANS 




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t its activity ',ufh o worning went cut 
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IN COVINGTON 

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Open Sunday, 6 a m to 8 p m 



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AUCTION 



■ Having decided to quit the store business, 

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I will sell at public auction 

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SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1956 



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I 00 P M — FAST TIME 



Al My Store - Gardnersville, Ky. : 



: 

My entire stock of Groceries, Dry Goods, Shoes, 
Overshoes, Boots, and Hardware. 

GEORGE BOWEN, OWNER 

NATHAN ELLIOTT— AUCTIONEER 



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10W kSSOUMVOU . 

MX* U-l »-» »— 11 

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■ k loans 
will tell \ iu tl :! q'Fi deral Land in' stands out 

bovi (Tiers I f these advantages — 

# Low interest rate — still only 4%. 

# Long term — up to 40 years to repay. 

# Farmer owned and controlled. 

# Dividends. 

# Prepayments gladly accepted without penalty. 

# Purposes now include almost any farm need. 

# Amount of Ian may run from a few hundred dollars to 
as much as $200,000.00. 

# Part-time farmers may now borrow. 

# Convenient local service. 

# No appraisal fee or application fee. 

— Owned by Farmers for Farmers — 

Call. -Sec Write 

CARL SHERIFF, SEC'Y-TREAS. . 

NORTHERN KENTUCKY NFLA 

Box 36 — Phone TAylor 4-2861 

Williamstown, Kentucky 

In Butlington at Old Recorder PuilJing Each 
Pndny Morning for Your Convenience. 



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56 DODGE Coronet 
it's your King Size Bin, 



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Luxurious new '56 DODGE CORONET is bigger by far than other 
medium-priced cars! Bigger in size, comfort, performance, style! Yet 
it is priced right down with the lowest-priced cars. A big Dodge Coronet 
V-8 Lancer hardtop costs only 95 cents a week more than "hardtops" 
in the small-car field! 



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Size it up with others ir 
medium price field 


the 


Car 
Cor 
Car 
Car 


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Dodge is 
Dodge is 


6 9 inches 
5 6 imhes 


longer 
longer 
longer 
longer 


Dodge is 
Dodge is 


7 7 inches 
6 4 inches 


p.. 





Price it against small cars in 
the "low price field" 



Car "C" J Dodge is M 5 inches longer 
Cor "F" Dodge is 13 5 Inches longer 




Yet Dodge costs only $4.11 

a month more 
(less than 95 cents a week!)* 

Why settle for o small car when a new '56 Dodge 
"Coronet brings you so much more for so tittle 
more' Here's big-car ride and roominess, big-car 
luxury and looks in a full line of King Size 
Coronets, priced right down with the imalt con,' 

•Comparing price of Dodg* Coroner V-B LetKer ogaml average price of same body style of the "low price 3." Price 
difference based on 24 month financing after '/j down payment. 



More leyroom front ond reorl More fiiproom front 
and rear' Wider doori 1 Greater steering wheel 
clearance' More rear deck space' New '56 Dodge 
It bigger inside and out! looks bigger! Rides 
bigger! It biggerl 



Push-burton driving and 
record-breaking performance! 

At ;i toned of your finger, you 
command the yrca'ext perform- 
iit'j rar on the road today — bar 
none! The new '56 Dodge shat- 
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■»- including world records held 
by expensive foreign models— 
in its sensational 14-day official 
run on the Bonneville Salt 
Flats. The 'ofi Dodge V-8 holds 
more performance records than 
all other American cars combined. 

V Value Leader of the forward Look 



■Dodge Dealers present: Danny Thomas in "Make Room for Daddy.'' Bert Parks in "Break the Bank," The Lawrence Welk Show-all on ABC-TV ' 

PETTIT MOTORS 



Main Street 



Independence, Ky. 



ERLANGER CAR SALES 

NORTHERN KENTUCKY'S NEWEST AND MOST BEAUTIFUL USED CAR LOT— 

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UU Udlb . SEE FOR YOURSELF - 3U Udlb 



1950 PONTIAC 4-Door 8-cylinder, 
with radio and heater 

1950 CHEVROLET Club Coupe- 
good tires, and heater 

1950 STUDEBAKER Land Cruiser; 
radio and heater, hydramatic 

1952 DODGE 2-Door; 
low mileage; radio and heater 



$395 
$395 
$195 

$595 



1950 FORD Custom 8, 

with radio and heater 

1951 MERCURY 4-Door, 

with radio and heater 

1950 PLYMOUTH 4-Door; 
perfect inside and out 

1951 CHRYSLER Hardtop; 
radio and heater; two-tone 



$395 

fj95 
$595 



SPECIAL . . . $795.00 

1951 OLDSMOBILE Holiday Hardtop; radio, heater, 
hydramatic, two-tone, white sidewalls. 



SPECIAL . . . $795.00 

1951 PONTIAC Carolina; radio, heater, std. shift, 
all white body, leather trim, plenty accessories. 



Nash Rambler . rr$695.00 

1952 NASH Rambler, two-tone, radio, heater, low 
mileage — see this little gem. 



Lou "Boots" Froelicher 

manager 
Open 9 a. m. - 9 p. m. 



6400 Dixie Highway 



Corner Of 
Dixie and Kentaboo 
Dixie 1 



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Thir ! .. February 16, 1956 



CHAMBERS & GRUBBS 

FUNERAL HOMES 



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Anytime - Anywhere 



Member Kentucky Funeral Directors Burial Association 



Phone: Walton 352; Florence, AT 3-5101 



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COVINGTON, KENTUCKY 



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He knows that savings, here, are insured to 
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BY DR. KENNETH J. FOREMAN 



Man Can Choose 



Lesson for February !!•, l!>.'>fi 




Dr. Foreman 
sets an alarm 

' his 



TI1K difference between man and 
the other animals is not in one 
thing but in many things Hut one 

of the most important facts about 
marl is his power of choice s. me 
little creatures of the s»a Ju r-#i1 

in one place their life long. Others 
drift with the tides Highei am- 
mall like dogl and hi-'-cs make 
i Voices; but only man makes, 
or can make, the 
enormous numbei 

r( decisions that 
i vei . 

inly man can 
make choices that 
>. .-. . tin fa: ' 

esults that hu- 
- ime- 
Umes have A d •»; 
not decidi 
what time he will 
get up. but man 
cl> rtt A dog does nut 
breakfast; ".an does (or would like 
t. A human beinc. decides what to 
Wi ai where to work, whom to mar- 
ry, whether to have children. 
ler to be a good cituen or no 
n at all He sell hool or 

. i he selects his friends, he 
p:ck< out a lot in thi I y. he 

makes a will Man Is the choosing 
animal And he is this beca 
Is I re than body He is mind and 

Soul 

When Choices Are Important 

Everybody knows that some 
choices are more in.; 
others At least everybody should 
know this, but for some reason, 
people will put more thought into 
trifling decisions than t> 
big ones People need to learn what 
is important and what is i. I A 
woman who had had a nervous 
breakdown told the writer that it 
all started when she couldn't make 
up her mind which of two hats to 
buy. One was only one dollar i :> 
than the other, and she c< .! ! af- 
ford the dollar But she actually lay- 
awake all night worrying about 
whether she had a moral rikiht to 
spend that extra dollar when there 
were so many people in the world 
So she worried herself right into a 
sanitarium because she built up a 

trifling decision into a Terrific 
Problem What makes a choice im- 
portant' Surely a choice that lasts 
a long time is more important than 
one that makes a difference only a 
few hours or days A choice that 
affects one's whole life is more im- 
portant than one that affects onjy 
one part of It. A choice that lasts 
beyond this life into the next, a 
choice for eternity, is surely the 
most important of all. 

Choosing Christ 

Becoming a Christian can be de- 
scribed in various ways: one of the 
most meaningful is "choosing 
Christ." Jesus himself used to say 
"Believe in me" or "Follow me." 
which mean much the same thing 
Choosing, or believing in Christ, is 
much more than just adding cer- 
tain beliefs to whatever else you 
happen to believe. It Is more than 
adding one more person to a list of 
persons you already admire. Chi 
ing Christ is a far more profound 
thing. Real choice of Christ in- 
volves a turning-about of the whole 
personality. The captain of a ship 
headed north does not merely be- 
lieve that North exists; he heads 
the ship that way. he keeps It mov- 
ing toward the north star So a 
person who chooses Christ does 
not simply believe that he exists, 
or that he is Son of God. He 
turns the helm of his life toward 
him, he keeps moving in the di- 
rection of Christ the "Morning 
Star." If that rich young man 
whom Jesus loved had followed in- 
stead of turning away, who knows 
what a changed man he would have 
been? We do know that the dishon- 
est grafter Zacchaeus, a man. of 
whom his neighbors could have ex- 
pected little good, once he let Jesus 
into his life, was a radically dilfer- 
ent man. 

Time and Eternity 

Choice for Christ is a choice for 
a lifetime; so is choice against him. 
It is not a choice you maki 
and that's an end of it It is a i 
that has to be made at'ini. and 
again day by day. Every day 
brings you some moment of de- 
cision, where the way you decide 
is really a choice for Christ or 
against him. Deciding for Christ 
affects all your other decisions. 
For now you are his, and^li your 
life's course is steered by his star. 
More than this: decision for Christ 
is a choice for Eternity. You enter 
the life beyond as his friend, or not 
his friend. He is the Light of the 
world To turn from him is to 
choose the dark. "There are only 
'two loads through life: with him, 
fir without him. There are only two 
ends i f Hfl : v.rth him. in the I 
or without him, in the dark 'fhe 
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Before you say your prayers, 
there's something I want to tell 
you. Tonight, I want you to ask 
God to bless everyone in the whole 
wide world. 

On World Day of Prayer chil- 
dren in every corner of the globe, 
grown-ups too, will pray that God 
will make this world a better place. 

Remember last summer at camp 
when you called out at the edge of 
that cliff and your echo came an- 
swering back? Well, imagine all the 
people in the world calling out at 
once in prayer. Imagine how big the 
echo would be, and how much it 
would please God to hear it. 

You are lucky children, because 
you live here in America, because 
you have your Church and ihc right 
to attend it. So tonight, thank God 
for things like that, darlings, even 
if you don't entirely understand 
them. And when you've finished . . . 
ask Him to bless everyone. 



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Business Concerns of This Section: 



WALTON LUMBER COMPANY 

Phone 19 Walton, Ky 

PHOENIX RESTAURANT 

"The Home of Good Food" Walton, Ky 

RYAN HARDWARE & DRY GOODS 

Phone 99 Wo I ton, Ky 



LIPSCOMB FARM SUPPLY 

Phone 100 Walton, Ky 

BRAKEFIELD DRUG STORE 

Phone 63 Walton, Ky 

WALTON FOOD MARKET 

Fine Foods Wolton, Ky 

CONSOLIDATED TELEPHONE CO. 

Florence, Kentucky 



WALTON GARAGE 

PKon « 4 ° Chrysler & Plymouth 

R. C. DURR, General Contractor 

FLeetwood 7 384 1 Nicholson, Ky 

DAN ROBERTS, INSURANCE 



Phone 66 



North Main St.. Wolton 



DIXIE CHEVROLET SALES 

Phone 95 Wolton, Ky. 

LOSEY'S GARAGE GROCERY 

Open Doily - South Wolton - Phone 529 

BANK OF INDEPENDENCE 

Independence, Kentucky 



FLORENCE DEPOSIT BANK 

Florence, Kentucky * 

CONRAD HARDWARE 

Pnone 23 Wolton, Ky 

KRAMER ELECTRIC SERVICE 

McMillon Dr., Indepcrdcnce, Ky. FL 7-431 I 

A. M. LINTON, BARBER 

Walton, Kentucky 

BI-COUNTY FARM BUREAU 

ATlontic 3-2112 r> von; Ky 

DEMOISEY GAS COMPANY 

Phone 1372 Walton, Ky. 

MODEL FOOD STORE 

Pnone 2! Wolton, Ky. 



B-M SALES & SERVICE 

»hon« 38 Walton. Ky. 

ST. CLAIR SERVICE STATION 



ARTISTIC DRY CLEANERS 



Phone 144 



Wolton, Ky. 



Tskooo Gas, Oil K Ti 



Walton, Ky 



STURGEON ELECTRIC SERVICE 

Phone ,84 Walton. Ky. 



WEBSTER RADIO SERVICE HALL Electric & Appliance Service 



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READNOUR COAL & FEED 

y""> *4 Walton, Ky 



Phone 187 



Wolton, Ky 



HAGEDORH'S MAYTAG SERVICE 

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DIXIE STATE BANK 

Walton, Kentucky 

REL C. WAYMAN & SONS 4» 

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ADDITIONAL— 

Want Ads 



A carload of Ammonia 

irrived I Coal 

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'AVE MOPE CA'.H ON AUTO INSUR- 
ANCE with STATE FARM'S new Care- 
ful Driver Rating Plan. See me each 
vm ■ I- at Burlington, Hebron, Florence, 
Ui ion, Walton, or write Ryle Ewbank, 
Warsaw, Ky. JO 7-414 1. 6f-4* 



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'•■ * enei ,!/■ ■) calf maker and calf - 

- pei Y u '< m ike about $26 50 

in . .try calf Lipscomb Farm Supply 

hopl Court, Walton, Ky tf 



WE DELIVER BRICK— Anyone bul 

a I rick home, see us before you buy 

any bnck, $45.00 per thousand 

I ittte & Ray Fisk, Nicholson-Walton 

IL 7-7451. 2t-6* 

HEAT WITH THE SECOND SUN— Ken 
ton County Coal Co. Terms cash. 
Kenton lump, $14.25; Kenton egg, 
$13 75; Scarlet stoker, $15.25. Water 
hauling. Joe Kunkel, owner, Nichol- 
son, Ky FL 7-671 I, tf 

MR. FARMER — Don't forget we take 
FREE soil samples, so you will know 
exactly how much fertilizer and what 
analysis to use. Readnou Cool & Feed, 
Walton, Ky. Phone 154. tf 



First class work, guaran- 
teed; r spray; residential or 
mereiol. FLeetwood 7-7187. 

25t-5* 

Cumberland county farmers have 
COmpli ti ,1 an organization to promote 

ind kx it. r livi 

Stock. 



NOTICE 



Jane's Beauty Shop 

After February 18, I will move 
my shop to my home on Chambers 
Rood, 1 mile North of Wolton, 2nd 
house on left. 

Hours 10 to 5 — closed on Wed- 
nesdays. No appointment necessary. 




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DEAL OF 
THE YEAR! 

...on this beautifutnew 1956 




GRAND 
OPENING! 






FREE 




It's TIP-TOP 
TRADE-IN TIME! 

Wore B' v ' r top dollni for old TV i.ti »o 
you con gel to know new Motorola TV. Real 
big money to introduce you to the mos* con 
venient, mo»l comfortable, moil bea'utiful . . 
In a word, moil enjoyable TV you ve ever 
»een You II believe .t 01 icon 01 you Jee il 
«o come in today for rhe deal of the year on 
the let of the year. Available in Blond or 
Mahogany Color. 



Mnnoinny Color 



$329. 



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TRADE-IN 

Pf ic»» inJude F*d Ki«, 
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FEATURES 



• Right-Up-Front Tuning 

• Swivel base swings 360° 

• Golden Voice Speaker 

• Glare-Guard Picture Unit 



I Friday & Saturday, Feb. 16-17 

25 Baskets Groceries 

TO THE PERSONS HOLDING LUCKY NUMBERS. 
Tickets To Be Given With Each Order of $3 or More 

[ Chuck Roast 39c Jowl Bacon 1 5c 

Rount Steak pound 69c Little Skipper Bacon pound 33c 

Robin Hood Flour 10 lbs. 79c 



Robin Hood FLOUR 25-lb. bag $1.79 Jiffy Coke Mix box 10c 

Corn s - 303 10c - Chili Powder 45cg 

GRAPE JELLY jar 19c Brandy Wine PEAS, 303 size can 10c 

Oranges 2 Doz. 49c - Celery 15c 

GRAPEFRUIT, 96 size 10 for 39c HEAD LETTUCE 2 heads 29c 

Candy and Balloons Given Free to Kiddies 

Accompanied by Their Parents Get Valuable Stamps on Cash Purchases 




HURRY! Get a TIP-TOP DEAL 
now at 



Webster Radio Service 



Walton, Ky. 



Phone 71 





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1955 CHEVROLET 6 Gvlmder Sport Coupe 

1953 PLYMOUTH 4 Door 1952 PLYMOUTH 2 Door 

1951 FORD V S 2 Door with Overdrive 

1951 PLYMOUTH 2 Door 19 : ;1 FORD V S 2 Door 

195C CHEVROLET 2 Door FIcLflmc 

1952 CHEV 4 Door, PG 190 CHEVROLET 4 Door ■ 
1950 FORD 2 Door 6 Cyl 1950 PLYMOUTH 4 Door 

1950 CHEVROLET 2 Door 1951 FORD Dump Truck 
1946 OLDS' 2 Door 1949 PLYMOUTH 2-Door 

• 1951 CHEVROLET 1 Ton C&C, dual wheels 
1946 PLYMOUTH Coupe 1946 CHEVROLET 2 Door 

Dixie Chevrolet Sales 



Walton, Ky. 



Phone 95 




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co*wp4etcU cl-sc-d e«t o"d I quietoted 
Then to mcke thu on outttorvdino, 
£•€«♦ a sok that a »eldo*n teen or 
K^ord o* we a 'C nciud ng and plac- 
ing 3« vale our c«n tremendoui Jtocfc 
Yes rttere n no l.mit, no re*er>e *irti 
nothing held bock You get your un- 
restricted cHo«ce and remember thn 
rtore i iron-clod guarantee goe» witti 
e*ery orticle sold. Come eipe<tin^ 
much You -ill not be disappointed 
I personally pledge you yes guorantee 
prices ond quality you will rte»er see 
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FRIDAY - 9:30 A. M. SSl 

Opening Day o! Sale j|#j 

BE THERE WHEN WE EV 

OPEN THE DOORS' 5? 



25 LADIES TO ENTER 
OUR STORE 



Scatter Pins 
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SPECIAL! 
Earrings 



Now 2 pr. SI. 00 



BARGAIN! 

Watch Bands 

Now 88c 



SPECIAL! 
Compacts 



Now 88c 



Carving Sets 

Now S6.50 



SPECIAL' 
Billfolds 



Now 88c 



BARGAIN' 
Alarm Clocks 






Now S2.69 



SPECIAL' 
Perfume 

Now SI 89 



BARGAIN' 

RONSON TYPE 

Lighters 



Now 99c 



SPECIAL' 

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Lighters 



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BARGAIN* 

Rings 
Now 88c 

SPECIAL' 

Cuff Links 

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BARGAIN! 

Tie Bars 

|2 00 > 

Now $1.00 

SPECIAL! 

Manicure Set 

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BARGAIN! 
Planters Stand 

$2 00 • 

Now SI. 00 



SPECIAL' 

Hurricane Lamp 
Now SI. 00 

BARGAIN' 
Parker 51 

Pen & Pencil Sets 

Now SI 3.95 
SPECIAL' 

Lockets 
Now 99c 

BARGAIN' 

Rings 

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Now $3.95 

BARGAIN! 
Porker 21 

Pen t Pencil Set 

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Now $10.95 



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Poultry Shears 



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Religious Medals 

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Birthstone Rings 
Now $3.95 



BARGAIN' 

SCHICK ^20 

Shaver 
Now $15.95 



Signet Rings 
Now $1.25 



BARGAIN! 

Davy Crotkctt 

Watches 

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Now S4.95 



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NOW...Special 
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Wc Have A Limited Number of "40" Series 

JOHN DEERE TRACTORS 

of All Models —Including Crawlers 



$1425.00 



SPECIAL SALE— On Equipment for Same 

while these models last — 

1 — 50 John Deere 1 — 70 Diesel John Deere 



Harvey Stiegelmeier 

LJ AHVKY STIEGELMEIER. 

* 1 61, <if Normal, 111., who says 
high soil fertility helped him 
win the soybean championship 

• I North America fur the fourth 
time at the recent International 
tirain and Hay Show in Chicago. 
!!<• had previously won in 11(40, 

r.147 .-.rui i'i. r ,o. 

In addition to soybeans, Stieg- 
eJmeiei raises hybrid corn and 
certified oats seed. 

Stiegelmeier limes his "soil 
regularly and puts on liberal 
amounts of phosphate, plus a 
full feed of other nutrients. 
( ■ Od land, he says, gives a 
gre ater re sp o aa e to fertilizer 
than basically poor land. Soil 
Improvement on the 330-acre 
farm in Champaign county, 111 , 
I ■ gan on ire than 50 years ago 
when ll.nvi y's father began 
using sweet clover in the rota- 
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Tobacco Cotton 



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$8.95 



USED EQUIPMENT 
2 — John Deere Balers 
1—77 N Holland Bolcr 
1—76 N Holland Baler 
1 Cub Farmall 
1 — Alts Chalmers 
1 — Bush Saw 
1 — Corn Planter 
1 — Irrigation System 
1 — 6 cu. ft. Maytag Freezer, like new 
Fescue Seed 



$650.00 each 
$750.00 
$550.00 
$650.00 
cheap 
$ 85.00 
$150.00 



$125.00 
Lb. 15c 



PETTIT MACHINERY 

TA 4-4931 Williamstown, Ky. TA 4-4931 




RAY HALL 

Manufacturing Optician 

Doctor's Optical Prescriptions 

Accurately Filled. Broken 

Lenses Reploced. Expert 

Optical Repairing. 

122 Pike St., Covington 

■ HEmlock 1-1 007 



[ Our Operation "SELL OUT" i 
I Now Going FULL BLAST! | 

5 We're Selling to the Bare Walls ■ 

S To Make Room For More 1956 FORD Trade-Ins! 5 



1955 FORD V-8, red and white, radio and heater $1399.00 

1954 FORD V-8, black and white Victoria, radio and heater $1399.00 

1953 PONTIAC Catolina Hardtop, clean as a pin, fully equipped $1399.00 

1951 DODGE 4 Door, green— a beauty $599.00 

1950 BUICK 2 Door Special, dynaflow $499.00 

1949 FORD 2 Door, radio and heater $249.00 

1948 CHEVROLET 4 Door, radio and heater $199.99 

1947 CHEVROLET Club Coupe $149.00 
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BOB RYLE, Used Car Manager 
Dl 1-5768 - Dl 1-9799 



JOHN NEWMAN 
Dl 1-5768 



ROMER BURNS 
Dl 1-8900 



{ Jos. A. Kuchle & Co. | 

2 Your Local Ford Dealer ■ 

I 35 Dixie Highway Erlanger, Ky. 1 

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"More Go For Your Dough" 

NEW CAR PRICES 




30 New Cars From Which to Choose 
Any Body Design, Color or Model 



CHIEFTAIN 860 SERIES 

122-Inch Wheelbase 



Advertised 

Delivery Price 

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2-Door Sedan $2258 

4-Door Sedan $2316 

Cafalina Coupe $2388 

Catalina Sedan $2461 

Slat'n Wgn. 2-Dr. 2-Seaf $2589 
Stain Wgn. 4 Dr. 3 Seat $2673 

CHIEFTAIN 870 SERIES 

122-Inch Wheelbase 

4-Door Sedan $2431 

Catalina Coupe $2498 

Catalina Sedan $2552 



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Slal'n Wgn. 4-Dr. 2-Seal $2769 $200 $2569 J 



STAR (HIFF SERIES 

122-Inch Wheelbase 



Custom Station Wagon $3149 $200 $2949 • 

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STAR CHIEF SERIES 

124-Inch Wheelbase 



4-Door Sedan $2548 $200 $2348 • 

Convertible Coupe $2878 $200 $2678 • 

Custom Catalina Coupe . $2686 $200 $2486 I 

Custom Catalina Sedan .. $2756 $200 $2556 { 

Optional Equipment and Accessories at Extra Cost! • 

You'll Be Amazed at the High Offer We Can Make You on Your • 
Present Clean Car - Compare All You Like - We Have the Deal! • 

ARNOLD! 

Ponliac Sales and Service 210-212 Main Street X 

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43 So Mam Street 
WALTON, KENTUCKY 

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— Representing — 

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Dixie High*a\ at Underpass 
ERLANGER, KENTUCKY 

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Fish Sand-.ch and get ONE FREE 
Also serving Chicken, Jack Salmon, 
ond Beer . . . bring the fomily ttt foi 
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TELEPHC NE .'• ALTON 1269 

Wayside Plaza 

U. S. Highway 42 at Beaver Lick 



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your own - fur little more than 
you'd pay f<>r th<- lowest-priced 
washer on the market! Easy 
monthly terms . . . liberal trade- 
in allowance. 

Why wait any longer to enjoy 
the easier- washing advantages of 
a Maytag? Come in today for a 
demonstration. 



HAGEDORN 



854 Dixie Highway Erlanger, Ky. 



COAL-FEED 



Fyre-Go Block and 
Marne Premium Stoker 



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For New and Used Machinery 



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John Deere Dealer 
HELLMAN IMPIEMENT COMPANY 



Independence, Ky. FLeetwood 7 6031 
PARTS & SERVICE- 



Route 17 



Public Sale 



I have quit farming and will sell at auction at the 
Fortner place, ncor the Dry Ridge ' Ky. ' Railroad Depot 

FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 24 - 1:00 P.M. 

MILK COWS— 2 Holstein cows, 8 years old, calves by 
side; Guernsey cow, 7 years old, calf by side; Guernsey 
cow, 6 years old, will freshen this spring; 2 Holstein cows, 
8 years old, will freshen this spring. 

TRACTOR & EQUIPMENT— Model 30 Ferguson trac 
tor, almost new, used very little, 2 plow 12" slot mole 
board plow, tendem pickup disc, pickup type bog harrow, 
2-row Ferguson corn planter; 2 row cultivator, manure 
life for Ferguson tractor; John Dcerc hammcrmill; belt 
pulley and 50 feet endless belt; 2 horse sled, set Farm 
Master milkers, two units; 4 can milk cooler, also wash 
vats, 8 cans, strainers, buckets, etc. 

J. 0. BREWER, Owner, Dry Ridge, Ky. 

NATHAN ELLIOTT, AUCTIONEER— TAYLOR 4-2809 



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R&SEDALE FEDERAL 

SAVINGS & LOAN ASSOCIATION 

Ca. -' f>c ond Southern Avrnuf, Covingioa HI 1 

ACCOUNTS NOW INSURED UP TO $10,000 



A & D ELECTRIC 

WIRING OF ALL KINDS 

CARL ALEXANDER b TONY_DEMPSEY 



WALTON, KY. 



PHONE 273 




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It's easy as one two, three to win 150,000 .1 world trip 
for two plus $5,000— or 783 other huge rash prizes in _ 
Plymouth's $150,000 Lucky Motor Number Sweep tal 
Just drive over to any Plymouth Bhowroom in \ 
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onto the FREE entry blank and place il in Liu- I 
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2nd prize — world trip 
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5th prize -$1,000 
50 prizes of $500 
75 prizes of $250 
100 prizes of $100 
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WALTON ADVERTISER, WALTON, KENTUCKY 



Page Nine 



Local News 



/ st«ppie ' Cindn. MUCH WATER USED 

ON NATION'S FARMS 



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Hormoi Mi and Mrs Front DeMoisey ol The rural u» ol wotei i ' ir* 

wav i" v. Itoi i- i.;. md attend pent tl ■ weekend with ,,. . ,, t ,,i t it 3 1 /: 

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■ ' ' come* fi m well , ac< .rding 

'" Mr and Mi How rrd ■ . . ,., Ag/icultui 

1 ■ with Mrs Bi I Bi ,\ > , ' Wi II ire widi ly 

nd Mrs I H St I ton _, , ttll rurQ | areos ,,, early oil thi 

Mrs Ralpl . Mi v. nd a , . ..... I - I 

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supply. 0( the 100 largest cities m thi 
ii ! inly 19 aV pend on well I * fh n 

supply 
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• red by th. United V. mei ut 25 percent . then wote. f. n ' ! " te P let ' ' ' "' 

.,.,.. . ... rer in WM areas. 

present • tn md towns that depi nd 

Brooks, wl ntly i wotei from undergrcnj- .! t i theii TRY OUR "ADVERTISER ADS" FIRST! 

in peration at • I L ' 



returned I *r\r M n.lay ond is doirxj as 

*i ii as < oi 

Mrs Everett Bickei ■■ • • M 

vkith hei I - ■ (htl r. Mr- Rl » . rt H 
Mi and Vr Fred Millei t Carroll 
with I m ■• ■ 
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SPECIAL PRICE DURING FEBRUARY 

1956 G E. and Deepfreeze Home Freezers 

G E Double Oven Electric Range, $439.95 

value —now only $299.95 

G E Two Door 12 cu. fr. Refrigerator, $529.95 

value — with old refrigerator $399.95 

R. W. GROSS APPLIANCES 

FLEETWOOD 7 6631 INDEPENDENCE, KY. 



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CLEAN NEW CAR TRADE-INS 
L0W r LOW PRICES! 

1954 CHEVROLET 2-Door, radio and heater $895.00 
1954 FORD 4 Door, radio and heater $895.00 
1954 PLYMOUTH 2 Door, radio, heater $895.00 
1953 CHEVROLET 4 Door, radio, heater, pg $795.00 
1953 CHRYSLER 4 Door, radio and heater " $995 00 
1953 CHRYSLER Hardtop, radio, heater $1095 00 
1953 MERCURY Hardtop, radio, heater $1095.00 
1953 FORD Hardtop, radio, heater $1095 00 
1953 CHEVROLET Hardtop, radio, heater $1095.00 
1953 FORD Convertible, radio, heater $995.00 
1953 FORD V-8 2-Door, 2-tone, radio, heater $795 00 
1953 PLYMOUTH 2-Door, radio, heater $695 00 
1953 PLYMOUTH 4 Door, radio, heater $695 00 
1952 CHEVROLET 2 Door, radio, heater $595 00 
1952 CHEVROLET 4-Door, radio, heater $595.00 
1952 FORD 2-Door, radio heater $595.00 
1952 FORD 4 Door, radio and heater $595.00 
1951 FORD 2-Door, radio, heater $495 00 
1951 CHEVROLET 2-Door, radio, heater $495 00 
1951 CHEVROLET 4-Door, radio, heater $495.00 
1951 CHEVROLET Coupe, one owner $395 00 
1950 CHEVROLET 4 Door, radio, heater $395.00 
1950 FORD 4-Door, radio, heater $395.00 
1950 DODGE 4-Door, radio, heater $395.00 
60 More to Choose From 




Recife WadJuHftoH. Said: 

"Labor to keep alive in your heart that 
little spark of celestial fire called 
conscience. 

"Associate with men of good quality, if 
you esteem your own reputation; it is 
better to be alone than in bad company. 

"Almighty God . . . keep the United 
States in Thy holy protection ..." 

Legal Holiday Washington's Birthday Feb. 22nd 

Dixie Stale Bank 



Member F. D 



WALTON, KENTUCKY 

C. Deposits Insured Up to $10,000.00 



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Mel Schuerman Lot 



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1865 DIXIE HIGHWAY 



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DeKalb Seed Corn 
DeKalb Chickens 



DUNCAN'S QUALITY 
TOBACCO SEED 

"There's No Substitute for Quality" 



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JOE NEUMEISTER ROBERTS INSURANCE 

S. Hi'way 25, Walton, Ky. Phone Walton 663 



| HOPEFUL EV. LUTHERAN CHURCH 

I Florence, Kentucky 

Rev. Wiltord C Butt, Poitor 

I Sunday School. 1 00 o m 

| Divim \\ f hip, I 1 00 o m 

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iby'chicl must live or \\r will repay you 

i!i fulll ' ■ .ii. i ne you lose, Thii guarantee applies 

to it . ■ • • .* f- life and rover* all chicka fed 

on Southern Stat tarl rig A. Growing Mash with 

coccidiostat, 

Sioutl •• ■ •■ ran maki this remarkable guarantee 
bec'au <• of over 30 yeari i itperience and know-how in 
producing top ., On*n Formula feeda. Starting 

■nd Crowing Ma h mntaini everything needed to (row 
healthy, •■ chicki that fivi »nd develop into 

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Ask Us For Complete Information 
and Written Guarantee 

Lipscomb Farm Supply 



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WALTON, KENTUCKY 



YOUR SOUTHERN STATES COOPERATIVE SERVICE AGENCY 




JACKSON FLORIST 



3124 



Madison Ave. HE 1-2222 

COVINGTON, KY. 




Forest "Jack" 

OWNER 
. . - Col. A. F. Wcrthinqlon, Auctioneer Relha Berry, Clerk 

1722 MADISCUMtND 425 MADISON:* ^ 

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Over 100 Used Cars to Choose 
2 Plantations 



ABSOLUTE 



AUCTION 

In order to dissolve partnership, I have listed with Colonel A. F. 
Worlhington to sell at auction at the farm which is located V/i 
miles from Burlington, Ky. Follow arrows on East Bend Road. 

SIT.. FEB. 1 




12:00 NOON 






THE FOLLOWING: Half interest in 22 dairy cattle, 11 to be sold; 
approximately 250 bushels of good dry corn; approximately 600 boles 
of hay; half interest in 13 ten-gallan milk cans; 3 milk buckets and 
strainers; power seed sower mounted on back of tractor; 1950 n~ J ' 
Farmall "H" tractor and equipment, including plows, 14" bottom pJe 
semi-mounted 7-ft. cut mower, 7-ft. cut disc narrow, and heavy (Jui/ 
manure loader, New Holland No. 66 automatic baler, less than two 
years old; New Idea side delivery rake; whitewash barn sprayer, and 
other items too numerous to mention. 



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WALTON ADVERTISER, WALTON, KENTUCKY 



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WANT AD SECTION ^^ 



Classified Advertising Rates: 25 cents 

per ad for 25 words, or less; over 

25 words, one cent per word. 

All ods cash in advance. 



FOR SALE - 



FOR SALE — Feeders and fountains two 
electric : ■ di • 300 te; 250 feel 
new cattle fencing. • The Wn * 
AT 3-2705. 4t 5* 



FOR SALE — Hey and Straw. FLei I 
7-2564 Call after 6pm 2? 6* 



FOR SALE — Rickard tobacco seed, ot 
Readncur Coal & Feed Walton K\ 



Phcn, 154 



FOR SALE— 400 bales of mixed hay, 
45 cents. Jock Crutcher. FLeetw 
7-5393 4t-4* 

FOR SALE — Varnished oak baby bed, 
large size, with inner-spring mattress 

plastic co\cr cant be told from nm 
$25.00. John Younger, Eods 
FLeetwood 7-244 It-7* 

FOR SALE — 30-gallon storage water 
tenk equipped with automatic kickoff 
valve and double check valve, in good 
condition; Hill water pump; cheap. 
Gordon Phillips. Phone Walton 103. 

It-7* 

FOR SALE — 1951 Ford tractor, plow?, 
disc, mower, set tractor chains; tractor 
with or without rear duel wheels 
Harry Chapman, Verona, Ky. Phcnc 
Walton 813. 2t-6* 



ALE — Lespedeza cl vet and mix 
DUpont 4 3443 4t ■ 

'• ■ . springs and 

mc'.' ' - new Mrs. I 

.> ;ng FL 75075. It-7* 

FOR SALE— Sow and 9 pigs; 3 si I 
« gh 100 pounds J Sloan Moher 
• - . ■ Highway 

2t-7* 



FOR SALE Hay Ki r, on lesp 

mixid hav I" 1 -! and second cutting 
1 1 alfalfa ai reasonable C 

W Lancaster IL 7-5197. It-7' 

FOR SALE— Alfalfa tim thy red clovei 
ipedeza hav about 2 000 bales 

in all Horn, Cha;>mjn Vt '.'no Kv 
Walton 813 2t-6* 



a. E— Alfalfa hav boled first, 

and third cutting ear corn. 

■"tier Independence. Ky. 

FLeetwood 7-73 2t-7* 



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Atha, 2 miles from U. S. 42, on Big 
Bone or Road Walton, Star 

268 2t-7* 

FOR SALE — Cutoff saw tits Ford troc- 
tor Goodwill cooking range combin 
' . hov For Rent 
J hn W Conrad 67 High St 
Wall • . 1 1 7 * 



FOR SALE — MT John Deere tractor 
John Deere hay rake John Deere hoy 
baler wire tie with Wisconsin n 
oil equipment in fire condition. Call 
DUpcnt 4-3443 4t 7 

FOR SALE — 47-acre farm, new 4 r m 
house bath, electnc, hot water, large 
barn, small barn, en school bus line 
- " ■ ugh farm Smith and Marv 
S i m p s on owners, Solem Creewk Rood 
at Railroad Trestle, 3 -» mik off Ve- 
rona Rood. 3t 7 * 



We give em 



purchase 




Top Value 

stamps for 

Top Value Gifts 

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Barth Motors 

Walton, Kentucky 



FOR SALE — Mixed, alfalfa and timothv 

hav by-bele or ton; also fresh Guern 

■s ' ■ A . Iman Pellev Rood 

Indep. ndenci Fl 7 2915. tt 



FOR SALE — Rickard tobacco seed, ot 
Readncur Coal & Feed Walton, Ky 
Phom 154 tf 



FOR SALE— Alfalfa hov E F Vallond 
mgham. Phone FL 7-4521 2t 6* 



FOR SALE — Tw - team 

mul I hall 

Holstein one 5 v it >ld half i 

IfT 

ute I . • *' 



FOR SALE— Hcv i- eos c n ob ly priced. Cal 

Alan Campbell FL 7 5544. 4t-4* 



FOR SALE — Or would I - tor < 

farm, 160 fronl n U S. 25, No 

Mam St., Wjlliamstown K> 7 I Offl 
2 laths m. dem fl am heat ideal 
place for beauty salon grocery etc 
or would make nice tourist home, 
parking space f< r 7 cars. Large lot, 
wih plenty garden Telephone 

TA 4-607 1 2t 6* 



FOR SALE — 3 good registered Ayrshire 

cows; one fresh with heifer calf by 

•Hers milking good; also 2 good 

springer heifer ' th reg ;t red John 

2t-6* 



Shipp Phons TA 4 86S6 



FOR SALE — Mi- I hoy. 50 cents bole 
r $25 per ten I ' 2t-7* 



FOR SALE — Su ■■ » and calf 

Phone 

tot 641 lf-7* 



FOR SALE— N 

Rnghy Rog.f C' tt ■ ■ ;, ■■ Ky Of coll 

Fl tw : 7 2 : • It-7* 



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— SERV.CE THAT SATISFIES— 

Tun* In WLW, 12:25; WPFB, 11:45; 
WCKY, 12:15; WKBV, 12:30 (EST! 



NORRIS BROCK (0. 

CINCINNATI STOCK YARDS 

A Live Wire ond Progressive Or- 
ganization, second to none. We 
are strictly sellers on the best all- 
around morket In the country. We 
hope you will eventually ship to 
us. Why not now? 



Reference: Ask the First 
Man You Meet! 



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FOR SALE ' •• 

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fOR-SALt — St.. Ua^Common- 

. der 2-d" r * rl 
runs very g 

Pr. ■ .: 8 • "• 

FOR SALE — C "\ - • ■ f of good iwn 
mower sharpening equipm.. r-t • 
Andy Penn or Lum Tcagardcn PI 
Walton 920 4t 7 



FOR SALE — Two good, fresh milk 

calves by side Leonard McBee, Hams 
Pike near White, Tower. FLc> I 
7-5462. 2t-7* 



FOR SALE — Two Aberdeen Angu . n 
, calves, one year old Charles f 

Green Road and Dixie Highway ( r 

merly J J Marshall farm 



Let Conrad Serve You! 

Paints 



of All Kinds 

C«!EP 

Laiex-Bsse 

SAiiN 

Wa!f Fii.ish 

The "Painf Alcnve/" of 
the Age— In the Smart- 
est Colors of the Day! 

Vour rooms take »n odor- 
(ul, long lasting heaut\ in a 
lill . v\ hon i-i.it' I w ith t Tns 

' li. v elv et\ rich Wall 

I . I ■ .--•/ fri i.; 

tifush m n Hrr. Drv* m _u ii.iu- 

iites 1' av< - nu ii 

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• Horsehair Brittle* • Pulithc^ Aluminum 

• Shut Oft Valve Head ond Handle 

• Vinyl Bumper 
ATTACHES TO GARDEN HOSE 





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TRAY CART 

Top doubles 01 itrvtng nay 1 



• A urn !> m .■ » nntn*s*H<i * 

h anil ton ' »«■ t ■*■ '*_ 

to t -ill into jtoui \i\ mc ' - ■ • . ' 

high, i' l * * t ; \ ' > * th 'k^ 

Fivr ply < •• tT wood |ii 

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with bterta w%% w 7.95 






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$4.95 per Gallon 

CHIEF g PAINTS- 



^ ■ Perfection 




Ele trie Range 

$234.00 Installed 



for Service 



large or Small 



See Powers 



CONRAD HARDWARE 

ALL TYPES 01 HOUSEHOLD 
«.™ „ APPLIANCES 



PHONE 23 



WALTON. KENTUCKY 



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WANTED - 



WANTI Iron ■"■ ton' 1 

nati, leaving Walton at 6 30 n m 
Ph- • .'. • n 1943 2t-7* 



WANTED ••• to 

acri • • ■ ose Franl" Pi i 

it ., Fleefw 17 M6I 2t 7* 



FOR SALE — 3 gees,.- and 17 duel, 
cheap; also rabbits of ali m.- 
try smoked houldei ■ • ■ 
wood 7-7418 2t-7* 



vVANT somi irx t i do your ironing for 
. u' Call Walton 692X It 7* 



FOR SALE — Hay. Russell Rect r ; 

twood 7-2586 4t-7* 

Eric Shaw, a New Zealand exchange 
student, spent three weeks on the farm 
of W. R. Crutcher in Anderson county. 

The keeping r f rec r'Js was strcs 
the 4-H tr>bacco show in Green c 






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¥RANK EARTH 




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WANTEO- ■ •.'*.. 

for 4 • • fori ng pur | 

must bi near 5' hi |l .". 

Farm, Richwexxl, <y Phi ne Vi I - 

672X 



WANTED— Would like to rent n form 
with tobacco base, house, cavh rent 
near Walton. Rov Wilson, 47 High 
'• ■ t, Walton, Ky. 4t-3* 



WA'.TED — Woman, t for two 

children, aged 3 and 5, and do light 
hoo 8 mill ■> from C 

ton, on Route 16 Phone FLe> I 
> 7-7-252 2t-6* 



ADDITIONAL WANT ADS 

(Continued on Page 7) 



FOR RENT - 

FOR RENT — Six-room, one floer plan 
house, bath, ' & ■ I ' rj i hot water 
heat, Qaroge DUpejnt 4 344 3 4t 7 



FOR RENT — Three nice rooms, hall and 
bath 5 7 South Mam St., Walton, 
Ky Phone 1484 2t-7* 



FOR RENT — Sleeping rooms, for m< n 
or women, weekly rates Waltonian 
Hotel, Walton, Ky. 3t-6* 



MISCELLANEOUS - 



ITA'S DEAU1 y SHOP Aci from St 
Cecelia's Church, Independence. 9 30 
to 6:00 Monday to ,, 9 30 t r > 

8:00 Fridays CI' ied M nday Phone 
FL 7-3351. Rita M. Gruen, owner 
and operator. tf 



HAULING im •. . • I 

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WATCH REPAIRIN i— I 
most watel 

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8 00 p m , Fridav, I 00 t • 
m , Saturday, 9 00 a m to 6 p m 
'.' rnings by nt Clo I 

' :. Monday. Ladie'.' hoo 
Clifford Corn, In. • • tf 



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■• - ■ i Brci 

first ■ ' ■ . nil 
prove! ■ Jersey, H ■ ■>. 

Bi m * i . block '■ 
I- Milking $6.00 brei I 

II Robert 
• FL 7 6681. tf 



Used Car Bargains 



1953 DODGE 4 Door 



'51 DODGE 2-Door 
'52 PLYMOUTH 4 Door 
'52 HUDSON 2-Doof~ 
'50 CHEV. 4 Door 



'49 DODGE 2 Door 
'50 PLYMOUTH 4 Door 
'50 BUICK 2 Door 
'47 CHEV. 2 Door 



FERTILIZER DELIVERED — 6-8-6 sul- 

$43.36; 6-6-18 sulphate, 

5-10-15 sulphate, $54.69; 

sulphate, $47.00; 10-10-10, 

8-8-8, $49.37; 5-10-10, 

3-12-12, $43.95; 3-9-6, 



phate, 

$56.10; 

4-8-12 

$57.42; 

$45.09; 

$36.85, 

$30.90. 



0-20-20, $57.42; 20%, 
Delbert Lacey, P. O. Box 85, 



Richmond, Ind Phone 5182. 8t-2 



See the New 1956 Dodge 

PETTIT MOTORS 

FLeetwood 7-4561 Independence. Ky. 



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FOR . . . HEATING 
. . . COOKING 
. . . WATER HEATING 



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Growers Warned Not 
To Grow Heavy, Red 
Tobacco This Year 



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man pn rsooi of ye I 

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Sunday School Class Meets 

Th, F'u' undoy '- hool t lass of 

tin ,Wolt ii I pi ' Chun I. mi t 1 hurs 
day February 16 ot the hom&of Cai lyn 

Wot n After the mei ling r< In si 
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i • present »cii Mi- M, K m O 

.1 ni Wanda rackett, I ' •■■ 

'\ l r i Pny. M"H,., Will s Dnnno Jump, 
Patricia i Iton 

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Valentine Party at 
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Piner 4 H'ers Honor Leader 

At i •■ ent mectn . I thi Pirn - ■'• 1 1 
Glut. ■■■ inten ling . - yam was 

y vori iu rn< mix '■• Highl . ' 
me program wo prise to H 

ii. Mi \\ ' Browi li rt com 

• " ■ ho.) | lanned This Is > Ul 1 ifl 
story for Mi Bi iwn Many int< •■ I i 

• • lit .s viewed 

w the recipient ' many nice gilts 

Mr Tom Rili i, a lanl unty agent 
was present at the meeting an. I gave 
■r--, ii t resting foci t 4-H Club 

,i, 'ivities • ' the com 

I Of the club will he 
held " V. . March 7, 195ft 



MRS. MARY C. INGLE 

ervio ail 1 ..lay at 2 00 p 

Chombi rs 8, Grubbs funeral 
f.r Mrs Mary C , 
it Jewisl 
iti. Burial was in the In 

I n:. || r . 

■ , ! .' was a r. ,i.j. nl ■ f Percivol 

.'. It ■ ' a , 44 year 5 

nc a natiye of Carroll county. 

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V Loril G ■ ' I 
• : '.' .land Ingl 

William E Watts 

T t nn . on. I tvk J D 

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Piner Girl Named Page 

Mary Jocn Linckr, fifth grade stu 

f tli m. ntary ',c h of, has 

nomed honorary page of the Stah 
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■ tly she was the recipient I i 

• • • i • tl ; sition 

■ • was signed by Harry Ln 

' the Senah E 

William L. Sulliyan, Win 

H • and Charks W Wag 

Mary J..cn is the daughter of Mr. and 
M. Charies Linder of Fiskburg 

Judge Yager In Hospital 

' • < if Circuit Judge Ward 
.'. ■ a it! l"5th K..1.' >al dis- 
• » r. i rted .. fan Tuc -Jay at 
amantan Hospital Cincinnati. He 
.' • ■ I a heart attack The 
Irict is compoied cf Boone. 
• ■ ' Oai n and Gallatin counties. 
It was reported that Squire N Wil- 
formi r assistant Kentucky attor- 
neral will be named special judge 
. 'eside at the April term of Boone 
" * ' '.he' Will I CirraiT^CTinrt becousr of the rtWsS of 







Mits Shirley Collins 

and will also be considered for the 



I • ri aword pin ill i ;n. ,) t >y 
Tntan on I the .. I. - I we. •. 

CrocVer G - . in.f Easy C'v . 
I ru program is sponsor. 
Mills. 
The nahrincl winner in thi search 
.'56 534 voung wo- 
rn. I m I!) .'?2 of r . . • n ' s public 

■ I parochial high schools, will. 
nam d April 12 at the American 
ii t in Philadelphia. 
toti *• inner will n eivi a 
SI 50 ; • irship and an . . 
Iri| *i th hei I id> i I 

ngton, D. < niol Williarnvburg. Va , 

on,) Philadelphia A $500 scholarship 
will I worded tl rup girl ir 

' ■ ■ ' ' ,! state wm 

m r * .11 r. n ive o set of the Encyclopedia 
Bntonnica 

I hi si >~ lai hi| * th.- \ ung -^ 
named An American Homemoket I 1 
m ri .w will be increased to $5 000. 

LEWIS HENSLEY 

I ■ l . .s M> " > 75, who 
died suddenly Monday at his home in 
: *>%. In. '..lay morn- 
ing of the Chambers & Grub! s funeral 
• Burial « ii in the Belle- 

■ « metery 

An-',, H ty. Ml 

ley w member of 

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Judge Yoger 



STATE HIGHWAYS CLAIM 
862 LIVES LAST YEAR 

Eccnomic loss from fatal highway 

mishaps in Kentucky during 1955 equol- 

:han 6,000 modern 

' • !■ m homes," State Police Com- 

n< r P A B Widener announced 

Point irg out that 862 persons met 

death .on highways of the state during 

1955 VS irier '.aid research by traffic 

• indicates the overoge [■--. i' >m 

each r«d fatality is about $90,000. 

"This pljc " tOtl from rood 

wn ■ . during 1955 ot $77,580,000." 

he said 

Th. i.inomic loss rule of thumb fig- 
ure mcludi s funeral expenses, income 
loss, prop rt\ damage, hospital i 
doctor bil's, legal expenses, property 
damages, and other factors," Widi ni i 
said. He explained that statistics indi- 
cate an overage thre,- bedroom home in 
Kentucky during 1955 cost about $12,- 
500 

Walton Woman Injured 

Condition of Mr> Lulu Pcyer, 58. of 
Walton, who suffered chest injures in on 
auto Occident on Madison Pike, Monday, 
was reported as good Tuesday at St. 
Elizabeth Hospital 

According to Kenton county police, 

Mrs Pever was injured when an outo 

sh( was dnying crashed into the rear of 

■ r that had stopped behind a bus. 



Stationed In Canada 

Spci i.. i. t Thud Cla . lohn W Rich 

- wifi Helen 1 1 VI . in Wult I 

nd to' the I irsl An Ik I. st Di toi h 
' ot Fort Churchill, Cor, 
I hi fi rt, i n thi west si M ludson 

Bay, fs the- Army's centel I ' i ring 
, ,, ,,r. r and quortema iti i 

equipment under Artlic conditior 

To Form Fishing Club Here 

A H' . , . *rh m jni ,l the p. ntion to 
f,.,m a t. hing i lub and any othi rs wrho 
wl ,h t havi i poil in tins enterprise,' are 
. to d i mi i I .it the City Hill, Wol- 
. ,,.!:.> I elru.iu .'4, at 700 p. m. 
i,. r |i,. purpose ol adopting rules- and 
b v lows as well os elect officer, to goy- 
,., , ,| - t irrr 1 ' meeting 

, A1 'i i .id to C.ty Coui il foi 




Oyer 380,000 Future 
Amoricd* throughout the notion are ob 
serving National MA Weeli I tbruory 
18 25 Included in the, number are 
12,000 Kentucky FFA members. 

Officers of the Kentucky Association 
and i hoi I i ■ thi y ri presi nt are shown 

rjbovi ',, Htm) from th. I.ff Chail. r> - ' '" imon K nton chaptei ha 
Wad., Tngg county, . reportei Kenny 

Pi. 

voll, Sim;v enville, ti ,i urel Ebm Whit 

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>6 ci unty, vice president, and 
Hiscvillc, secretary. „■ 
Locally, members Of the bimon Ken- 
ton FFA chapter plan to set up a dis- 
ploy in the trophy case at school, and 
also present a radio program oyer WZIP 
in Covington, 

46 
" Gene- 

Elliott, n 

i lit. h'o'rd W > I ■ . . 1 1 . ) -. it. tor-, Fd 
ward El ■ ird Durnell, 



irei Dick Reeves, sentinel, John 
I. GiiL^.y.ocational instructor, serves as 
advisor' foi thi. chaptei 

Men FFA is made up o 

farm boys who are students of vocationa 

agriculturi in hi |h ichool. The organ- 

ns activities aie designed primarily 

to hi p rural leadership and 

• i stimulate th, 

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Pioneers Win 68-53, 
Bearcats Split Last Two 



MARION R. ISABELL 

V • • ,:■> II, 46. 

. ' rm, r Watt - ■ .-■' '. 

ly at Russi II springs, Ky , w. n 
■ Wi dncsday afterm on at 2 00 at 
.rid Grubbs funeral horn, 
Walton Burial was in the Walton cem- 
etery 

A nabye of this area, Mr. Isabell had 
mechanic for many 
years" 'ahj' was' formerly employ. 
i '".! • ■ Sales, Walton. 

leaves o son, Walter Isabell, of 

Walton, a sister, Mrs. Delia Northcutt, 

of Walton a brother, Daniel Isabell, of 

I Springs, four nieces and three 

ws 



New Funeral Director 
Added to the Firm of 
Chambers and Grubbs 



Bearcat Record Is 12 
Wins and 14 Losses 



Wcllact Scott "Buddy" Grubbs has 
fu ! ly passed the Kentucky State- 
Board of Embalmors and Funeral Direc- 
tors at Louisville, and has |omcd the 
firm of Chambers & Grubbs funeral 
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tl I Wallace K Grubbs 

and Mary Chambers Grubbs and will 
• . in ■ rween the Wal- 
ton and Florence establishments 




Wallace S. "Buddy" Grubbs 



."Buddy" is a graduate of Walton- 
Verona High School, class of 1951, at- 
tended the University of Kentucky, ond 
is a graduate of the Cincinnati College 
of Embalming. His parents, as well as 
his grandfather, the late C Scott 
Chambers, also graduated from this em- 
balming school. His mother was one of 
the first lady embolmers in the state of 
Kentucky, 

The young Mr. Grubbs is married to 
the former Sharon Graff, arid they have 
two small daughters. 

This business was founded in 1901 by 
the late S C Chambers, and in 1930 
thc~firm name was changed to Chambers 
and Grubbs when Wallace K. Grubbs was 
admitted to the firm. 

Electrical Project Training 

Kenton County 4-H Club leaders com- 
pleting th j training course for leaders of 
electrical (rejects included Mrs. Mary 
Kordenbrock Mr, Joseph Beckman, Mrs. 
E J Rei nekamp Mrs Earl Shipmon, 
Melvin S ram E J Ehlman, William 
•ry Ehlman. and Robert Huff- 
man. A ■ umptely 90 Kenton I 
ty 4 M Club membe rs ore em lied in 
first, . nd third yiar L Metrical 

its. 

Thi 4-H electric project is 

by th, K. r ton County 4-H Club ( 

til the Union Light, Heat 8, Power 

Company, and the Owen C unty RE A 



Kenton Fire Dept. to Meet 

The regular meeting of the Kenton 
Community V, luntecr Fire Department 
will be heldnMonday February 27, at 
W I?;Q p m. at •h'e/Fiie House Kent. n. 
resident Ralph Fini rs a'l rhem 

bers attend this meeting as plans for the 
annual picnic, to be hid June 29-30, ot 
Thornhill Lak, Ki I • will be discuss- 
i I. 

co£*£& - 

fir .t elvJ ' 'tt ' 

Ot their picnic. 



I I Friday night on the Walton flc* r 
the Bearcats played thei r last l mi 
basketball game of season, ond n- ]de it 
a win, defeating Holy Cross of Coving- 
ton, 61-53 

Walton ;.jm( • .' tO-OO 19-13 

at the end of the first quarter. With 
Poore leading the way, the home team 
outscored the losers 18-11 in the si 
period tor o 36-24 halftime edge 

The soring was even in the thi'd 
period wi.h each team chalking up 13 
points for a period ■.' n f 49-37. In 
the final cuarter Holy Cress 'ut the 
margin by cutscoring the winners 16-12 

Walto-e Hinds 1 1, Courtney 12, Cook 
11 Glocken 2, bimpson 1, Poore 24 

Holy Cross: Fncke 12, D_itmaring 3, 
Rattermcn 9, Rump 5, Gallagher 14, 
Bertram 10. 

Walton- Verona reserves won 31-28 

Simon Kenton 68, Erlangcr Lloyd 53 

Simon Kenton made it 1 wins in the 
N K AC. last Friday night by defeating 
Erlanger Llcyd 68-53, at Erlangcr. 

The Pioneers, with Elliott leading the 
wav, led 24 -H3 at the first period, ond 
were out in front 34-26 at the halftime. 
Brucckner Elliott onrd Butler got into 
the scoring act in the third perioid to 
register 20 points while limitmo, 

1. sc-.s to nine for a score cf 54-35 en- 
tering the final period. Llovd outscori j 
the winners in the last quarter but was 
nevi r close to sraring the winners. The 
h me team had 18 points in the period. 

Simon Kenton: Ruebel 10, Silvers 4, 
Matteoli 0, Brucckner 22, Butler 14, 
Heger 0, Elliott 18, Exeler 0, Haider- 
man 0. 

Enonger Lloyd: Lightner 14, Brunner 
.4 Miller 1, Dickerson 1, Butcher 5, 
Fleek 5, Boone 5, Dees 18 

Willamstown S3, Wolton-Verona 43 

The Walton-Verona High School Bear- 
cats went to Williamstown Tuesdoy 
n.ght, and were given a 53-43 thumping 
to end their schedule for the year. This 
gave the locals 12 wins and 14 I 
for the season. 

The Grant county team took a 13-7 
lead in the first period, but with Hinds 
registering eight points in the second 
quarter, the Cats had things all tied up 
at halftime, 26-26. Thq. winners, in the 
third period, outscored the losers 14-5 
to lead 40-31 going into the final period. 
In the final quarter, Williomst wn had 
a 13-12 edge in the scoring 

Walton: Cook 8, Glacken 7. Simpson 

2, Hinds 17, Menke 2, Poore 7 
Williamstcwn: Draper 4, Price 2, 

Lonkard,13, R. . Hale 15, Norton 14, 
J. Hale 5. 

The reserve game was won by Walton- 
Verona 40-3 1 . 

Florence Youth Gets 
Achievement Award 
For 4-H (lub ActWities 



Bobby Maddox, Florence r ■'• 1 , was 

presented First Award • H Club 

Achievement in the Stat. Bing- 

h8m; president of tl ■ urnal, 

at the annual Farm A- held 

m the Brown H I ' .'day, 

February I I . Thci n a- 

wards ; ^ndler 

a fdressed the 225 I I win- 
rers from Ki nt 

V. ,,n ; V : ' ■ ■ (| ;.-i 

$7.ooo m his ; 

unty 4-H club n yas state 

poultry champi. i in 19 

Mr Bingham ■ ,j| awards, 

started 19 years ago or, designed to 
encourage a higher standard of living on 
fen^k, m Kentucky and Southern Indiana 
and to improve farmng practice. 

Those attending from Boone county 
were Mr. and Mrs. ''Grant .Maddox, Miss 
Bonita Brown, and Joe Claxon, County 
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OAK RIDGE 



Mr ond Mr, lohn Jomi »n hove 
r rww h me i m Vono Dr 
Mi ond Mr Herman Wtmi' ri ond 
... pit rh< vvi'. kend vi: ltd 
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Mi ond Mrs Eilwin Kelly arid Child 
,it, ming in I lorido 

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I ti. , an first grade i»ii il ol roylor Mill 
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party al her home on roylor M.ill Pike, 

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ond Mi'. I H 'i||.li' null tlin i children 
*■ i. . oiling n Mi . re, Sunday 

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Mr nn. I Mr Hnrv. Beoch ond chili! 
i.n men collii , n hei brother, Mr and 
Mr', linyil Williams, and family, Sunday. 

Mr or»! Mr- H D Ednngton v..n 
I on their daughtrr, Mrs Iris 
I lu |hl M r , I j v 

Mrj Vevle Wi l.'.ii r was calling on 
Mi Delia ftronn, Saturday Mrs brann 
has I .. , n i nfini I to hei hi mi I i quite 
a wruii' Irom a fail sh< hod about three 
months ago 

Mesdomei Ai Iio Hoyden Susie 
• J r. iiml Mnitt.ii 1 1 tyden ». re In 

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Mr ond Mi I I .nun Adam ond 
Rolpl had ' . Mr and 

Mrs Lawrenci I children, Mr, 

Carrie Colemon nml soi .'. '., ond 
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It,., .ji. a, ring n II coll m re Mr 
M. Davis, Mrs. F. McCormicI- , Mrs. I 
Noel, Mrs P. Lomli, Mrs E ' 
Mr, E Brosheor, Mr, E Hamilton, Mrs 
J Scott, Mr, I) Ai turns Mrs L Ham,, 
Mrs E rWMunama, Mr,, K. Vest, Mrs 
M Wilton, Mrs K Kennedy, Mrs. L 

',1. ph n ri 'Hi'l tin. e \ ISlTi ',, Jerry 
Ham',. David Horn, ond the Brashear 
boy Mr. Juarnta Kcnnidy, wife of the 
tor, j lined the club 

rh( i' -I ni.j_litHj wil' be held in the 
home i f Mi ' (e Hamilton, Walton 

All members ore ur.j. .) to be pi 
ond visitors ri well 

Hi. Vi n na Homi mal" r. met at the 
t Mi I illian ' t. prunson for the 



regulor monthly meeting, which was call 
| !• r ! , thl [.!■ .id' nt, Mrs. Mm 
ivi's Aft. r Saluting the flag and 
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. .ii was opened 

Aith card' 
'.'■ France! McCormick had char 

'ir..| Mr 1 Davis ltd in 
r, anil after singirn , H grace" 

sung, a wonderful dinner was enjoyed 
1 1 • if fi rnoori w spi nt in list' 

, i. i.|< nt who brought back a 
* nderful rep rt n Farm and Home 
.'..l- v.',icn st. ittended m Lexington. 

Affi r ' « | oil f, It as though 

they had been there Thanks to Mi 
Dave. * . i wonderful report 

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Every Friday during Lent, buy ONE 
Fish Sandwich and get ONE FREE. 
AUo serving Chicken, Jack Salmon, 
and Beer . . . bring the family in fot 
a treat. 

TELEPHONE WALTON 1 ?69 

Wayside Plaza 

U. S. Highway 42 at Beaver Lick 



The Right Broker . 

hi ing the right brc4 . r »b. n 
. u're planning to sell or buy a 

t on spi II the diffei i i 
tween unn e c e s sa ry dclov and ilis 
•m, nt loss o( money, and o 
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—FOR SALE— 

WALTON — 4 room house, mod- 
ern, priced right! 
BEAVER ROAD — 5 room house, 
bath, .4 acre tobacco bose. 
WALTON — Six rooms, modern, in 
top condition; rental possibilities 
$10,500. 

—SEE— 

gayle Mcelroy 

43 So. Main Street 
WALTON, KENTUCKY 

Phone 1852 

— Representing — 

Austin Mann Realty Co. 

Dixie Highway at Underpass 
ERLANGER, KENTUCKY 

Phone Dixie 1-5555 




RAY HALL 

Manufacturing Optician 

Doctor's Opticol Prescriptions 

Accurotely Filled. Broken 

Lenses Reploced. Expert 

Opticol Repairing. 

122 Pike St., Covington 

H Em lock 1-1 007 



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Fortner place, near the Dry Ridge 1 Ky. 1 Railroad Depot ■ 

FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 24 - 1:00 P.M. : 

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MILK COWS — 2 Holstein cows, 8 years old, calves by 1 

side; Guernsey cow, 7 years old, calf by side; Guernsey J 

cow, 6 years old, will freshen this spring; 2 Holstein cows, 1 
8 years old, will freshen this spring. 

TRACTOR & EQUIPMENT— Model 30 Ferguson trac- j 
tor, almost new, used very little, 2-plow 12" slot mole- 1 
board plow, tendem pickup disc, pickup type bog harrow; J 
2-row Ferguson corn planter; 2-row cultivator; manure 1 
life for Ferguson tractor; John Deere hammermill; belt J 
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WALTON ADVERTISER, WALTON, KENTUCKY 



Thursday, February 23, 1956 



CHAMBERS & GRUBBS 

FUNERAL HOMES 



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Anytime - Anywhere 



Member Kentucky Funeral Directors Burial Association 



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Hours: Monday, Wed., Friday, Hours: Mondoy, Wed., Friday, 

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Makes It Possible 

This fellow has the right idea. He's dreaming 
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He knows that savings, here, are insured to 
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SPEAKS 
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BY DR. KENNETH I. FOREMAN 



Faithful in Little 



I.e«on for February 2t>. 1956 





t , VERYBODY his some kind of 
* a chance in this world We nil 
k hc would d bet 
tor if hance the 

ij be de- 
ceiving Jesus tells a 

icn <>f 
I the 
ver> same ch 
Each was tura 
thi' sami 

• 

could .it 

,i n in- 
crtu i 
u n • . 

: it t<> 

iir Foreman 
A'hat if he 
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■ d whcthei hi have 

! :, ■ the 

the fact that even if ■ 
body 

Gifts ot God 
We call. persons "j£ftj ! 

they have some r< 
cnt or ability When we 
we mean, or we ought to I 
that a mans . 
his own ii. . 
gifts Twi ' 
here and must i. t be 
the first is that wh I 
start with and the ; 
which life brings us along the 
are really n:ft< f God The 
other thought is that (; 
US 1 ■ . ' 

vantage of the < 

something with what ' we have 
Caruso thi' famous tenor said 
once, modestly, that he deserved 
no credit for his magnirtcen! voice 
He was burn with an ■ 
i.ary muscular devel ipment in his 
vocal cords, something pos- 
by few men Most men could not 
be Carusos no matter how hard 
they try. On the other hand, if 
all Caruso had done was just to 

take his throat for granted, never 
learn singing, never go through 
the long discipline of the operatic 
star, the world would never have 
been thrilled by that golden voice 
God's gifts plus our work, that is 
the divine plan. 

Nothing Too Small 

All this is simply the principle 
which the church calls "steward- 
ship It is simply recognizing 
that what God gives us. we are 
expected to use and make the 
most of, in his service. The trou- 
ble right her', is that most ' 
are rather like that third man in 
Jesus' parable We see these big 
able people going "great . 
we see what v ralerful Kilm- 
ers are doing, and we know very 
well we can't do anything like 
that ... so we don't try to do 
anything Now it should be noted 
that in this little story, the return- 
ing king does not say to the 
ond man. who made only • 
pounds, "You rascal, why didn I 
you make ten like this 
man?" On the contrary he is 
pleased with the man. proi 
him. What God really de 
is not small results; what hi 
pises is refusing to try. We are 
not reasonable before God for 
not being brighter or stronger than 
we are. We are responsible for 
what we do with such ability at 
we have, whether small or great 

In the Church 

See how this works out in the 
life of the church. A superintend- 
ent asks a girl to take a children's 
class. Oh no. she jan't do it, she 
says, backing away. She hasn't 
had experience, she isn't a pro- 
fessional school teacher, she 
hasn't had a lot of education, sim- 
ian'.! like that brilliant Mrs So- 
and-So who was such a whiz of a 
Sunday school teacher for twen- 
ty years. So what? Suppose she's 
not a topnotcher She has had 
little brothers and sisters, she 
enn learn the' Bible, she loves her 
Savior and she loves children too 
.Stewardship, for that girl, is not 
what she can do with Mrs So- 
and-So's brains and experience. 
it's what she is willing to do with 
her own Or fake a man who is 
elected to a minor position In the 
church He doesn't think he can 
do much in that office, so he de- 
clines it. But the question still 
is — not, what can he do with an 
office he doesn't have? But, what 
will he do with the office he does 
have'' Another man does not con- 

■ to the church because he 
has next to nothing he can give 
He is afraid of comparisons. But 
God does not ask: How do you 

Only: Are you faith- 
ful* 



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They belong to a little girl. And she loves 
them both. Hut, although she is only a tot. 
she understands the difference between Pal 
and Poochie. 

Poochie is just her "doggie dollie." She can 
talk to him. and pat him. and cuddle him at 
night in her crib. But she has to pretend that 
he loves her too! 

Pal is her "bow-wow." He answers words 
and caresses with his eyes and his bark and his 
wa KK'"g tail. He follows her. he snuggles up 
to her. His love is just as real as his funny 
cold nose. 

Poochie will one day retire to the attic. But 
Pal will be her pal for all of his faithful life,. 

Brings home, does it not, the importance of 
responding to love? 

The Love which inspires man's faithfulness 
is God's love. The Response is our Christian 
worship and life. 



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This Entire Church Notice Is Sponsored by the Following 
Business Concerns of This Section: 



WALTON LUMBER COMPANY 

Phone 19 Wolron. Ky 

PHOENIX RESTAURANT 

"The Home of Good Food" Wolron, Ky. 

RYAN HARDWARE & DRY GOODS 

Phone 99 Wolton, Ky. 



LIPSCOMB FARM SUPPLY 

Phone 100 Wolron, Ky 

BRAKEFIELD DRUG STORE 

Phone 63 Walton, Ky 

WALTON FOOD MARKET 

Fine Foods Wolton. Ky. 

CONSOLIDATED TELEPHONE CO. 

Florence, Kentucky 



WALTON GARAGE 

Phone 40 Chryiler & Plymouth 

R. C. DURR, General Contractor 

FLectwood 7 384 1 Nicholton, Ky 

DAN ROBERTS, INSURANCE 

Phone 66 North Mom St., Wolton 

FLORENCE DEPOSIT BANK 

Florence, Kentucky 

CONRAD HARDWARE 

Phone 23 Wolron, Ky. 

KRAMER ELECTRIC SERVICE 

McMillcn Dr., Independence, Ky. FL 7-431 I 



A. M. LINTON, BARBER 

Wolton, Kentucky 



DIXIE CHEVROLET SALES 

Phone 95 Walton. Ky. 

LOSEY'S GARAGE & GROCERY 

Open Doily • South Walton - Phone 529 

BANK OF INDEPENDENCE 

Independence, Kentucky w _ 



BI-COUNTY FARM BUREAU 

ATlontic 3-2112 Devon, Ky. 

DEMOISEY GAS COMPANY 

Phon. 1372 Walton, Ky. 



Phone 21 



MODEL FOOD STORE 



Wolton, Ky. 



B-M SALES & SERVICE 

'hone 38 Walton, Ky. 

ST. CLAIR SERVICE STATION 

Texaco Gas, OH i Tires Walton, Ky. 

WEBSTER RADIO SERVICE 

Rodio-Televislon Sales-Service Wolton, Ky. 

READNOUR COAL & FEED 

Phone 154 Walton. Ky. 

HAGEDCJRN'S MAYTAG SERVICE 

856 Dixie NWJoy, Erlonger, Ky. Dixie 1 -5233 



ARTISTIC DRY CLEANERS 

Phone u * Wolton, Ky. 

STURGEON ELECTRIC SERVICE 



Phone 1 84 



Wolton, Ky 



HALL Electric & Appliance Service 



Phone 187 



Walton, Ky. 



DIXIE STATE BANK 

Walton, Kentucky 

REL C. WAYMANl?IbNS 

Real Estate & Auctioneers^ Coy. HE 1-5107 



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WALTON ADVERTISER, WALTON, KENTUCKY 



Poge Nine 




Mr and Mr, Wottei Notl otttndtd 

Hv I . . ' I V ill hurcl f Chri»1 '.unday 
<jn< I *• t, , nt. rl ,ir , ,1 n< rh« li'TTic of Mr 

of ni Mrs Robert Minoi 

Sympotfi ) i i .t. ruled to Mr Rice 
Ni -r 1 1 whi .. *if< i-j • -I owoy Id t wei !■ 
Mf I M blind or»d I "• •> Yiiur 

proyei I for Mi r . 

Mr ond Mi - v • i . on " 

i , . , r little n nomi I l- 

Victoi I I • . in i mi n * ond d ing 

tirw 

Mr on.) Mr. Al Alt orn enter! 
tti. || Mrs Bill Butler, ond 

family on Sunday 



Mr Kinclol f limit " ond wife spent o 
few day . In ir with Mrs Lona Higgins 
ond lis brother, Jock Elliott, and fomily 

Mr Charley Brown is spending o few 
days with his doughter, Mrs John Bev 
erly, ond family 



CRITTENDEN 



Mr ond Mrs Bill fiutman have mnv 
ed into the aportmi nt if Mr c . Lorena 
Hutsell. 

Mr and Mrs Elmer Cnn y ore the 

( i rud port ' • > i I by I . 8 ! i Ibi 
named > hn Si mli , 1 ' is i . H 
heir Mr-. Cruey woi formerly Miss 
Dnn.o Rutl 




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SEARCHING 



...for Income Tax Deductions? 



Here they all 
are if you use 
a checking ac- 
count. And if 
you don't, it's 
time to 




OPEN ONE....IN OUR BANK 

Dixie State Bank 



WALTON, KENTUCKY 



Member F D I C 



Drrxmtl Iniured Up to SI 0,000 00 



Rev ond Mrs John Durhorrt are rc- 
joicing over the arrival of o son. 

Mrs, Mary Schneider, who has beer, 
in Good Samaritan Hospital for three 
week*, returned home Saturdoy 

Mrs Julia Huff hos sold her restou 
root, the Huff Dinner Bill, to Fred Price 
' t Williomstown. 

Mr ond Mrs Marion Belew ond Mr 
and Mrs Earnest EcHer were calling on 
Mrs Anna Br'x;ks, Sunday evening 

Moster Jerry Coldvri II ' f Flingsvilli 
ipent I relay night with his sister, Mr 
and Mrs Bud Kichersrm 

Mrs Ira Caldwell is a patient at St 
Elizabeth Hospital 

Mr and Mrs Marvin Waller Visited 
Mrs Waller's brother. Elmer Alexander, 
who is ill at St Elizabeth Hospital, Sat- 
urday 

Mrs Mattie Menefee entered St Eli/ 
abeth Hospital, Fridoy for treatment. 



Local News 



Wolton Chapter, Order of Eastern Star 
hi I'l their regular monthly meeting at 
Mosoimc Hall, Monday evening 
m ■• mede for their "friendship 
|i I to li held March 19 Those at 
i. nding were John m, William 

Ellis, Ora Stone, MoucJe Ellis, Evelyn 
Evelyn .."bastion. Adeline I 
Lucille Campbell, Elizabeth Thomi 

Phillips, Helen I mes, Oai i i 
rtr,. Florenc Newton, Rul • 
way Myrtle Young, and visitors, Dorothy I 
H well, Margaret Hirz'xg, Mae Spade , 
) Beosley, Verner Shoenberger, all 
of Gertrude' Chapter, Covington. 

Walton Chapter, Order of Eastern Star | 
will hold their regular monthly meeting 
at the Mosonic Hall, Monday evening 

Mrs Sollie Miller remains quite ill at 
her h me on South Main Stn i I 



Mr and Mrs E Branch of Louisville, 
Ky , were weekend guests of Mrs. Sallie 
Miller and daughter, Emma Jane. 

Mrs Ora Stone spent Fridoy and Sat- 
urday with Mr and Mrs. Leo Flynn. 



Neuman Armstrong and grandson. 
Tommy, were Thursday guests of his 
sister, Mrs. Ora Stone. 

Mr and Mrs Leo Flynn spent Satur- 
doy in Cincinnati. 



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SPECIAL PRICE DURING FEBRUARY j 

1956 G. E. and Deepfreeze Home Freezers 

G. E. Double Oven Electric Range, $439.95 

value — now only $299.95 ■ 

G. E. Two-Door 12 cu. ft. Refrigerator, $529.95 

value— with old refrigerator $399.95 J 

TASY TERMS— 



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it needs HELP. 

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— Phone 23 Walton ~ 

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Modern Truck PowerFlite Gives Dodge Trucks 
the Driving Ease of a Passenger Car 

In trucks, as in cars, the swing today is to automatic 
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And Dodge It-ads the industry -offers you the lowest priced 
trucks with automatic transmission that money can buy. 
Easier on both truck and driver. Dodge extra-rugged Truck 
PowerFlite tree* you of constant gearshift ing. eliminates 
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Shortest turning radius- for easier parking, easier 
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WALTON ADVERTISER, WALTON, KENTUCKY 






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WHITES TOWER 



for Newi— FL 7-5432 

We wish to thank wH * 

the engineer fhot. handler the machine 
a"i) Mr. and M.rs Dorsey for an evening 
vm will n 'ii'i tcrget 

Mr. and Mrs Pud Rvle of Cincinnati, 
ond Bro. P b brumbach and family of 
i ■ ia Lakes wore Sunday gue^ ' 
the writer and wite 

The u^ed car lot is making seme ex 
ttr ivc impc vements in that they arc 
enclosing the south end of their lot with 
a building cbout 50 x30' to be used for 
o garage and mechanic work. 

Next week, we will have some startling 
news that v. ill give the residents 
little village a ' . I conversation for 

weeks to come — don't miss it — it is the 
"scoop" cf the year 

We are trying to get the report on 
the Mck, so here goes as far as people 
give us the report Rcbt Frakes is much 
better and the MD reports his en 

■ Joe Schadler is stll unable to re- 
turn' to work, but is some btTreT Mrs 



ml ntertoin- 

irvg a new 51 * 

Th( • • ' this »< < k s n« M 

• • ■' 

Saturn \» - colli d 

for an," t. ■ ome of C • 

. and "■'< in 
thi \ hod " ■< « reels ' i 

• their son and familv 
og-.o!l fhot went on Chrijrmi 

Ot the an where h< 

• in lapan Wi iqt witl 
mouth an«t |ust gaped, thinking . • 
tar we have progressed since Our child- 
r-i ars ago. It was |usf the sv.th 
as a . ' their home to see tht 

caper-, cut !v little Sara Lvnn their dau 
ghter when she came down thi 
and t - ' Santa has been ' . r . 

and then our grandson Lieut 
RtCha' » I wn in hi , fly 

ifl in hij pig--, 
that make 700 miles an 
Well it was just as plain as if he 
was down in our bornlot climbing i 

getting r t adv t hi Ip us put in 
cur hav lii my mmj I went : • 10 
years and could not 
what folks wl n . then w. ula 1 

think ot things like this. If the y 



Kot, Welsh is boat from tl 

and Mrs Albert Setters is still quite ill 




JACKSON FLORIST 

3124 Madison Ave. HE 1-2222 

COVINGTON, KY. 



'. ■ •' Nam. 

• ome and I woi 

dt r vs I in 

'■ . up and 

* y Ou " ' ' • 

| cost pt a 3 mi'e trip :n an auto. 

J .V ■ wl .1 • ■ !.'.:•■ and 

of Amity 
. »t Sundav 
• Amity 
i and tl new d 

-,x new 
'Church 

Mr. and Mrs C V Weddle Mr. and 
Mrs Jimmie Jone^> and Mr and Mrs B 
J. Puree 1 1 Of Pulaski county received 
certificates tor being hosts to' foreign 
visitors 



K»:rvnJCKiANS 




PINER HOMEMAKERS 

Mrs 0\*' h Ftynn v, I I to the 

Pinei Mis William W It, | 

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V ■ tl 

IK^-Tljings 
uy Miss /ilm,i Byerl> 



Seek Noah Worcester Kin 

Kentucl • ■ 

Or N,tlh V. 

motoloklsl 

lied April '4, 1847 
Spring Gi 



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mi run . • ■ . • ■ ■•.••■ , , ■ ■ ..,,.,, 

and asked mem • 



in WASHINGTON 

I1> (.H Kinfthrry 

Thot School Bill: 

Congressman Kelly of F\ nnsy Ivania, 
author oi_q sob « truction bill, com- 

pared his measure with one in the Sen- 
ate- 
It si - tl it k '.. ky under 'the 
Kelly measure would get $33 000.000 
building in tour years time 
• bill calls tor $34,000,- 
. ars How. . •• ie fig- 

' ed m some involved for- 
m iil n nn.t shmil .l not ty* nudged w ithoju^ 



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Model DA960 with Push 
1 hi Auto Defrosting, 2 

I i l^argn ( 'rispers. 

Only $199.95 



Complete Line of Maytag 
Washers & Dryers $129.95 

G. E., Admiral, CBS, and 
Zenith Television $129.95 up 

30 Days free Service 
On All Sets' 

Hotpoint Electric Ranges 
$169.95 up 

American Sinks & Cabinets 

Terms Up to 2 Years to Pay 






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Admiral 10 I^L- 

UPRIGHT FREEZER " 

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• Freezes on all sides and 
inside of food packages 

• Holds 350 lbs. of frozen ■ 
food ■ 

• 4 Refrigerated Super- ■ 
Sj>eed Freezing Shelves ■ 

• Handy Frozen Food and 
Juice Racks in Door 

Model 10U35 Wf^^^^ 

Comparable Prices on 12', 14' Upright; 13', 17', 20' Chest 

Les Wagner j 

TV & 'ALLIANCES— Electrical & Plumbing Supplies 
Shaw Road Independence, Ky. Phone FL 7-4731 




• . • 

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• ■■ • ngress in 

• " it nei d it ■, oil inv . • 
with t» 

Nobel Pmc Nominee: 

.... 

most respected members yit th . Senate 

• • <ot the Nobel Peace 

I , . Kentucky's 

rd an article making the 
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m< t o late I • • ' • name 

' " • eace Priz v Winner is not 



n • the coming yeai s work 

I t th, 
Fuim 

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V 

v Ann 1 1, .km.,': and 

Miss Marilyn Friedman, students of 
Simon K, ■ I 

aims and . 
as Future H memokvers * America Mrs 

rmon pre 

• ■ unty and 

■ unity Mis * iltari gave 

an ml int of her trip t ■ 

ummer » H tul ind 

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shi visit ' ! - mi 

and Pompeii '• ■> r| i ■ th time 

had ci I th Atlantic 

j Ansa.-rifio roll call were Mcsdumcs 



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Thclma Shields 


Mrs Lipscomb 


Fred Taylor 


William Jones 


Evelyn Ross 


Bonnie Woods 


Marian Evans 


Elbert Ranson 


Roland Glenn 


Teresa Baker 


Roxic Tolson 


John Rice 


Pete Poc 


Charles W. Brown 


Richard Howard 


William Montague 


Fay Sparks 


J W Spencer 



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Oak Island Homemakcrs 

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Mr. Stubblcfield Alfa Jean Lay 

Earnest Price Mrs M C Rust 

Robert Benton Charlie Steers 

Dorothy Houston 












BEIGHLE BROS. GROCERY 

PHONE 25 WATON, KY 



Did You Know: 

A Bracken county .•• .-• once 

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re! 'Don't I ■■,.•. 
hi»' name 1 1 ~ 

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After leaving - moved I 

'ndiana then to Illinois Fir 

was adrr ! 

1818 he was nomtii to the Senate We 
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SOUTHERN STATES MEET 

• motely 83 meml • • ' 

rvgres* wh- • ' ' '• ' 
we paid a v. sit to the Congressional v 

Library 

mc'Xi<;' n, from . ■ * •• ■ 

Another Cabinet Officer: a meeting 11 . rhiana K. 

Generally speaking, Kenfuckians know ' « 

that the late Fred Vinson and John G Hornsbn, ond w .'gin at 7.00 p ™ 

Carlisle were Treasury Secretaries. But Cfntrol Standard Time 
how many know ot George Bibb, another Southern States District v • Paul 

Kentuckian, who held that cabinet post^ Patterson, Loxington, is in charge of 

Bit b was fwio ted to the United 

Stctes Senate, in 181 1 and in 1829 
He wos named to the cabinet by Presi- 
dent John Tyler in 1844 The Kentuck- 
ion had a distinguished career which 
included service as Chief Justice of the 
Kentucky Court of Appeals He also 
served m tht Kentucky Generol As- 
sembly, first as a reprcsentaive from 
Fayette county, then -from Logan county 
and, finally from Franklin count,. He 
must have been a first-rate politician and 
vote-ge -- - ■ 



arranr; merl •'• ■ . 

director will preside G A ^.jeson of 
the cooix -rutivt's central " Rich- 

mond. Va will present th< n> I > or re- 
port and I. od the discussi m on | 
and problc-ms 

Attending th,- meeting fron 
ore Henrv Lipscomb, J I . • Huey, 
Leo Flynn Charles Watson, and Brvant 
Rust, oil of Walton Will ■ 
Burlington, and J «• ; . 




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DeKalb Seed Corn 
DeKalb Chickens 



DUNCAN'S QUALITY 
TOBACCO SEED 

"There's No Sul titul ; ir Oar'' I 
— see — 



JOE NEUMEISTER 

U 5. .Hi 'way 25, Walton, K> 



ROBERTS INSURANCE 

Ph'.--- Walt n 563 



Southern Stab s makes you this extraordinary guaran- 
tee— yuur baby chicks must live or Wf will repay you 
in full for evc-iy one you l""se. This (fuarar.tee appllat 
to the first *ix weeks of life n chiekl fe<l 

on Southern Stab" Starting A Crowing Mash with 
coccidiostat. 

Southern Statei ran n remarks . ..,'.. 

because of over 30 years experience and know-how in 
producing top quality Open Formula feeds. Starting 
and Growing Minn contains everything needed to grow 
healthy, vigorous chick-, that live nnd develop 
husky, rugged pullets. 

Ask Us For Complete Information 

and Written Guarantee 



Lipscomb Farm Supply 



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HIGH SCHOOL COURT 



WALTON KENTUCKY 



YOUR SOUTHERN STATES COOPERATIVE SERVICE AGENCY 



In Harrison county, 296 homemakcrs \ 
learned how to give artificial respiration 
and tic bandages in a Civil Defense les- I 
son. 



. FOR SALE . 

22 ACPES, 3 houses, barn; on Walton 
and Verona Road, 1 mile out of Wal 
ton, Ky. Can be seen any lirr 
contacting th? owner, Floyd C 
Phewe Wolton 1152. ___ 



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CHARLES STEERS 

Phone Wolton 921 X 

HARRY F. JOHNSON 

Phone FLeetwood 7-2767 



Rice Specials 



THE OLD 



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N-O-T-l-C-E 

Jane's Beauty Shop 

After Februory 18, I will move 
my shop to my home on Chambers 
Rood, 1 mile North of Walton, 2nd 
house on left. ^£3* 

Hours 10 to 5 — closed on Wed- 
nesdays. No appointment necsssary. 



'54 FORD 4-Door; radio, heater, $1095 

'54 PONT. 2 Door; radio, heater, $1395 M^Vrfit 

'53 HUDSON 2-Door, radio, heater. $595 ftffl" 

'55 PONT. Convertible; save $1300 

'54 MERCURY Hardtop; only $1495 

'52 BUICK 4-Door Special $795 

'52 PLYM. 2-Door; clean $595 

'51 PLYM. 2-Door, radio, heater $695 

'53 DODGE 4-Door V-8; only $895 

'53 PONT. 4-Door; radio, heater $995 



PLANTATION 



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COVINGTON, KENTUCKY 



COIonial 1-4224 



Pontiac Parti 



Over 100 Used Can to Choose 
From on 2 Plantations 



1722 MADISON AND 425 MADISON 



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Page Seven 



ADDITIONAL 



Want Ads 



OLD iAK I arm HAkbER SHOP— Vi 

mill I . .• 'Ill Highway on Hemp 
fling Rood, Atwood Ky, Hi yi 1 ui 

>'• • I ' .. Ituirsduy, I 00 tu 

H 00 ;■ m . Friday I 

m , Saturd i, V (10 g m to 6pm 

V irningi i y appoint mi nl i ed all 

da> Monday I ii. In ',' hair styling 

(. Iifford ( orrM liui pt ipri< t i n 



I'Aif J riNG First .ii-. wort gu 
t. . -i : 1 1. h i |enl 

il FLeetvtood 7 1 1 87 

251 '■• 



MK I AI-MIK )et ws taki 

ll- It ■ ii tan pli you will know 

■ . ■ * mm ii fi rtilin i ond 

r ) PHOTM 154. tt 



.l'h iai i mm ( ii MARCH 

nfl a in w Ao.j. . Cold Wave. 

I • luloi 510.0 ■ r $8 00 < mi 

oi lit . an Anyrl in your he* 
Angel Wow foi luster A ntc< tight 
wove yi t it isn't fnzzv Vi i , natural 

I - tt in i Rito'i I ■ ml . ' I , 

Chun ii, Indt i •■ n 
■ i',l 61 8 



CARLOAD A carload ol Ammonia 

Nitroti- just arnvi .1 Ri |dn ut Coal 

154 tt 



SQUTHI N ■■•■!! II, ii 

i *. t |.ik , s You '). t the 
t i ■( you ■ bllai . o 

*ted • i i i 

grass niot . ou . I ■ • I Act 

'■■ * rder now Li| 

Walton Phone 100. tf 7 




SPECIAL 



Every Friday during Lent, buy ONE 
Fuh Sandwich and get ONE FREE. 
Alio ii rvmq Chicken. Jack Salmon, 
and Betr . bring the family in foi 

a treat. 

II. 1 I II rVAL1 N 

Wayside Plaza 

U S Highway 42 at Beaver Lick 



B| I rER CALVE! al less - t with the 

• , ,'iogram 
New energized ralf -mater and call 
k .. , i You H make about $26 50 

• ■ • • . ' Li| mb I irm Supply 
Ml |h & h "I (' ourl Wait- n Ky tf 

T ,AVE ••' RI CASH ON AUTO INSUR 
AN. I with 'Alt FARM n< * Can- 
— iui Drivel Rating Plon. See me eoch 
k at Pur li ngton, H e br u ry Fl or en c e, 



i write Py It Evs' 

* r , JO 7 4141. 6t 4* 



$56 10, 510-15 sulphote, $54 69, 
4 8 1.' sulphate, $47.00; 101010, 
•-. 8 8 8 $49 37; 510 10, 
$45 09, 312-12, $43.95; 3 9-6, 
20, $57 42, 20%, 
$30 90 Delh .it Lg . y, P Box 85. 
I' m..n.) In.) I", ne 5182. 8t-2 

ELIVERED - 6-8-6 sul 
$43 36, 6-6-18 sulphate 



Wendell's Auto Body 
and Paint Shop 



LOW OVERHEAD 




LOW PRICES 

SPECIAL 

Complete Rcfinishing 



$49.95 



New Shop Devoted Exclusively to Pointing £r Body Work 



FREE ESTIMATES 
Body Work 



Large or Smol 



We Can Match All 
Types of Paint 



COUNTRY HOME, Km' ,n, Ky , $6,500 
— '14 mik", out DeCOursey Highway, 
live spot I'o. r loms, modern kitchen, 
i ii r ami colli water, Venetian blinds, 
storm window*, 2 porches, lovely lawn 

ami large garden Call owner, FL 
7 2406 H_8 

vV' DF.UVEI BRICK Anyone building 
a brick home, see us before you buy 
any brick, $45 00 per thousand 
Little & Roy Fisk, Nicholson-Walton 
I id FL 7-7451 2t6* 

HEAT WITH THE SECOND SUN— Ken- 
ton County Coal Co. Terms cash. 
Kenton lump, $14.25; Kenton egg, 
$13 75, Scorlet stoker, $15.25. Woter 
hauling Joe Kunkel, owner, Nichol- 
son, Ky FL 7 671 I, tf 



FOR '.ALE — '50 Chevrolet 2 door sedan, 

heater, A 1 condition, recent 

m i i .. rhoul, $475 FL 7 2741 or 

CO 1 16E8 It 8' 

WASHING MACHINES— 8 to choose 
from prices from $20 to $39.95: one 
Maying automatic, $C9 lb "rie^pm 
■ ' $35 00. washer motors, $5 each 
i i ., Modem Applionces, Burling 
i . Ky Next I Post Of) It 8 



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V •••! I. "I" i- .!■ 'i-.il. 



known bi I diret t from factory 

at wholesale prices Guaranteed gual 
ity and fit 1 hi I 'i ^ t. I Wl 

'615 6t-8* (eow 



INDEPENDENCE R-1 



W( I to I ck of our 

community improving Mrs J A Keeney 

pat* nt nit [ luobt th Hospital, 

' mmii I ■ |hl We - I th will 

■on 

We hove been havmq quite a bit ol 

. rains this past weed the farmers 

it bi n. ht t ttn soil, a 1 

w. have not hod much rain this past 

. 

rol of our community ottendi d thl 
il supper at Simon K. nton, Sat- 
■iing 
1 >. Qeo Mi ll< r on.) family win 
t dinner guests ol Mr and Mrs 
Howard Barnett and little daughter, on 
vi ning 
Mr and Mrs L. M Riley Mr and 
Mr! Wayne Riley and Mr ond Mr- 
Dewey Pars ns and children motored I i 

••,'■' Sunday to visit Vi and Mrs 
Wynford Riley.and little dought i 

Mr and Mr. J J Bornett pent the 
day recently with ttieir daughter, Rev. 
1 . Martin and fomily of 
LaGrariij.', Ky 

Mr and Mr L J Rapp Mrs. Denver 
Bi n d er — onti V. ,.■•) Mr- fori H gnn e 



-IPTIONS - Your pn rnption 
pndod witl -■ and skill I y a 
pharmocist at I 
recently Open< ' '/ill ('I umacy 



Miss Minnie Rapp, who is a 
• it thi Baptist Home in Newport, 

nd fou ■ what imj i . ■ 

M/ and Mrs. Ronald Losey wei 

of his parents Sunday. 
Mr and Mr' All ert Crout and dau- 
undoy w tii ii itivi in 
Mdford, 0> 



HOPEFUL EV. LUTHERAN CHURCH 
Florence, Kentucky 

Rev Wilford C Butt, Pastor 
Sunday School, 10 00 a. m., Charles 

Tanner, u| i nnterident. Pastor's instruc- 
lass during Sunday Sch" I 
Divine worship, 1 1 .00 a. m. 
Catechetical Class, Set., 1:00 p m 
Junior Choir practice, 2.30 p. m. 
Luther Leagu" meeting this coming 

Sunday, beginning at 2 30 p. m. 

Mid Week Lenten service, Wednesday, 

8:00 p m. 

Sermon subject, "Hosile Hands." 

Rev and Mrs. Wiltord C Butt and 



family visited Mrs Butt's fother, Korl 
Bley, and Mrs Butt's sister, Mrs. Cloy 
Briggs, and husband at Hamilton, Ohio, 
•ay ofternoon and evening. 

Straw and sawdust were used to mulch 
strawberries on several forms in Estill 
county. 

Farmers in Metcalfe county have 
placed orders for 80,000 strav berry 
plonts to set this spring. 

Several farmers in Mercer county will 
use tobacco barns for laying flocks and 
for broiler production. 

Fifty-one women in Morgan county 
have colunteered to serve as 4-H leaders. 



This book 
tells a 
happy story . 

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5976 Taylor Mill 



Pike, across from 
4t -8* 



I urn Deep- 

I I cu ft hi .me freezer, just 
$ 1 00, I - i u ft ■ I freez 

.i $175 guoronfeed, new floor 
pie '8 cu ft. upright, save $125, 
14 cu ft chest type, 1955 model. 
.. $1 0( Of' «■ Mock rn Appli 

rlington Ky Next dooi t 
i - Office Bui 1023 It 8 



ATTENTION 

vams and 
• oil kit I Don M ,i rs, In 
depi r Ky FL 7 2798 8t 8 - 



LAWSON'S 
FIX-IT SHOP 

Richardson Road 
Off U. S. 25 at Devon 

Appliance Repair 
Saw ; 



- Lawn Mowers 
Phone AT 3-3268 



. . . because its owner 
saves every payday! 

Make a habit of steady taring and 
you, too, will read a story of happiness 
ahead in the pages of your savings 
book. 




Accounts Now Insured up to $10,000 

ROSEDALE FEDERAL 

SAVINGS & LOAN ASSOCIATION 



Caroline and Southern Ave., Covington 



HE 1-TTM 



THIS ADVERTISEMENT 

appeared recently in leading 
financial publications, and 
in business magazines with 
national circulation. 



PHONE HEEIWOOD 7-S801 



NOW WE BRING THE 
MILL TO THE FARM 

No Hauling To Distant Grinders. This Mobile 
Feed Mill Comes Right To Your FARM! 



GIVI 
US 

A 
TRIAL 




You Can Have Better Feed Made From 
Your Grains On Your Farm. 



•Ipproi id ' 
PURINA- 
CUSTOM 



This complete M.'hile Teed Mill will efficiently 

ANY INGREDIENT you grow — from corn 

i • t. hoy . . ■ and do the job more efficiently 

than you can hove it done by your local grinder. 




AT LESS COST TO YOU! 



MIXINd 
SERVICE 



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We will grind ynui yiuins, -mix th.-m with 
molasses, concentrates and minerals os 
needed ... to make exactly the kind of 
feed you want, at less cost. and k*s v. . k. 



Make Your Grinding-Mixing 
Date Today! 

This Mobile Feed Mill Will Be In the Following 

Localities Monday and Tuesday: 

GARDNERSVILLE, MORNING VIEW, 

DEMOSSVILLE, FISKBURG & PINER. 

Call HE I -2622 I >i Othei Grinding Dal i In This Area 1 

J. H. FEDDERS, INC. 

Russell Sts. ( Covington, Ky. Phone HE 1-2622 




You bet it doesn't! 




SOUTHERN 
RAILWAY SYSTEM 



WASHINGTON, D. C 

.•00$., 



THERE HAS BEEN some loose talk lately accusing the 
South and its industrial development agencies of using 
and endorsing practically any type of tactics in order to 
attract industries from other regions. You know and we 
know that "blanket accusations" of this kind pointing a 
finger of criticism at the entire Southland not only are 
unfair - they simply are not true. 

Yet, talk of this sort is often picked up and passed on 
and on. That's why we felt impelled. to "speak up" — in 
the national advertisement reproduced above. 

The modern Southland has many enthusiastic spokesmen. 
We are proud to be one of them. It is still another way 
we can give meaning to our slogan "The Southern Serves 
the South." 



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INDEPENDENCE News Events . 



Gathered and edited by Robert X. West, Holly 8601 



American legion Dance 

Moon Bros Post 275 American Leg- 
ion will hold their second monthly dance 
at the Legion Hall, Independence, on 
Saturday, March 3 from 9 00 to 1:00. 
Mumc by Klotz Brothers and the od- 
mission is $2 00 per per. n I ' ;««'- 
vations, call FL 7-2602 or FL 7-6781. 
Cambridge Bible Lost 

Mrs Chas H Dorsev of Mom Street, 
lost a new Cambridge Bible in front of 
the Swindle, funeral home, last Sunday 
morning. To the r son finding the 
aboye book, plea*" 'eturn to the Inde- 
pendence Post Of -e or the second floor 
over the funeral home 
Hickory Grove W. M. S. 

The Hickory Grove W.M S. met at the 
home of Mrs. Ralph Jump Tuesdoy nite, 
Feb. 7. with fourteen members pi 

C Re y n old s 



■ 
ful 



K en completed and was very pain 



Rudolph 



rt Tay- 

Beulah 
h >pe 



Mrs. W. t. Burr Mrs 
Mrs. Martha Moddox. Mrs 
Cosson, Mrs. Flora Summev. Mrs 
Wienel, Mrs. Janetta NeuspickU '•' 
Forest Popp. Mrs. Franklin LipsCO 
Jr., Mrs. R.ilph Jump M' 
lor. a former member, Mrs 
Roden, Mrs. Velma Ball, wh< w 

ecome reguiar membt rs an - '■' 
Ruth Jump It 5TO! WW * I 
groups we have had for a long rimi 
ail try and keep our W MS g- 
The program, "Help Save Am 
given by members. It was very int 
ing and en|oyed by oil. The session was 
■ with group probers after which 
rt reshments were served. Let s all urge 
ne to come with us next meetii ] 
Missionaries or? needed here in * 
ca, as well as in foreign lands. Let's do 
oil we can to help Ifiod others I Chnsr, 
Our next meeting will be the first Tuei 
dov m March. 
Sick List 

V\erl Appel of the LLL Highway will 

! ,n Booth Hospital for another two 

- i The one operation on his knee 



v , N p r ter . t Hand. Pike has been 
released from the hospital and is how 
h, mi convalescing. Though Mary must 

• ■ fl while, she is abli I 
, . , e r\ light work 

Mr ond Mr, R L Alsip of Demoss- 
ville hove been released from the hoi 
pitol anS. ■ ■■• confined to their 

home Mr Alsip is now able to be up 
on crutch.s. but Mrs Alsip must still 
remam in bed Thev were iny< ^c*i in an 
llisicn a few weeks ago 
Die Kelly of McCullum Road, of tor 
■ mach operation, is improving rop- 
He is still m the hospital. 
Frank Armstrong of Mam Street 
■ .sing little improvement in his 

i. still confini I I I home 

Armstrong has also been ill 



5 folding choirs for the hall, with a 

contribution of $20 having been given 

b's Daughters toward this purchase 

It wa> also learned that on odditi mal 

25 folding chairs are" being, purchased by 
lir Lodge, in order that suf 
ticient si .its be available tor the ever 
increasing membership in these Masonic 
Orck rs 

The annual horn supper sponsored by 

■ 1 Eastern Star Chapter will be 

held on April 21 at Simon Kenton A 

is being planned by the 

committee 

Mrs Cockrel Mrs Pitcher and Mrs 
Collier were selected to serve os a com- 
mittee I Je a helping hand to 
i|| Eastern Star Chapters overseas Clothing 
and funds were the most vital needs ex 
I in lettl ■ fl m the Grand Chap 



«. . kno%» the type ai >l the do 

nations v.u niov call Helen West, F l_ I 

'.8< I and youi qui iftons will be ons- 

pll ase call after 6 p- 
m In addition to the 0t>OV»| business 

the birthdayites of tenuon, and February 
n ! a song a pen m and a 

token of I ■ ' lay *i hi i ll * 
just a thought but a vi rv impressivi i m 

with birthdays in " 
mths 
Amon | tl , mi i imcx rtant i i i 



- Horrit Pike, is '" m I >u'swl!e More' information on 

t will g -on at a later date 
If s ime of you ore ml ted ' wan; 



rd Stafford ~o+ 




bock in St Elizabeth Hospital. 
Job's Daughters, Bethel 8 

The next regular meeting Of Bethel 8, 
; ug ... will be held Monday 
27, at 7.30 p m Ot the Bank 
Building Independence 

All officers are urged to attend and 
all mi ■ f d'all mvit (. Joyci 

■ n. red QtJ n to ■■ • > .* . 

. ial invitation ton I 

other Masonic Orders to attend this ses- | 
,i . Refreshment, will be served. 
Just A Thought 

A man is never o foilure until hisj ( 

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Hill Top Race Bowl 

Whenever the weather permits ~ r* 
on Hill Tcp Race 
ns Road to improve oi 

ram fate ♦nore— ■ ■' 

o g ' wor l 
• • igei ' '■• will be 

available when the sea i 
Trips to Florida 

Mr ond Mrs Cummins of Harris I 

•• iM week fat. .a tw * ks ,to> in 
Florida ... Mr and Mrs. R. C. Dui 
Nicholson have been gon« for tw wee* 
ond mhili there R C. vis I ' i 

track . Mr and V . : ' • ■ ' 

of Hams Road has, rel -ma 

vacation i'r Florida ... Mrs Nell M 
is contemplating a trip to Florida ti , ' 
her daughter and to spend some time 
with a close fn-jnd 



business to be accomplished fi r the nexl p 

meeting which will be held March I ■ 

it was learned that ' ti r will h Id ■ 

a hohv presentation night and all mem 

bei cf the i hapti r who have a boby ' 
under a year old should strive to attend 

and bring then txihv rr>m what is g 

ki wn'it is a very nice program to "be a ■ 
port of and to witness ■ 

After the meeting mi n 
a very ni* • hment h ui 
of coffee, tea fruit COCktOil salad and 
coke 

.'. • .'. •• , Matron and 

R bert West, Worthy Patron pi 
1un" ] the meeting 

TRY OUR "ADVERTISER ADS'' FIRST 



FOR QUICK SALE 

JOHN DEERE TRACTORS— DEMONSTRATORS 
Model 40 — Tricycle Tractor 
Model 50 — Tricycle Tractor 

USED EQUIPMENT 

F-14 Farmall Tractor, pull type plow and cultivators ■ 
290 Corn Planter with fertilizer attachment 
Oliver Crawler - Ellis Tobacco Setter 
International Hay Loader Co-op Tractor Spreader , 

Model B Allis Chalmers with side mount mower 

and single bottom plow 

Will take Fresh Cows or Corn for Part Payment 

If you want to trade— sec 

HELLMAN IMPLEMENT CO. | 

Route 17 Independence, Ky FLectwood 7-6031 ■ 






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• Don't be Mislead by Cry "SALE" • 

ERLANGER CAR SALES! 

CA ft/i rc Clean, New Car Trade-ins at Low Prices CA Pore J 

WW WCllw LOW FINANCE RATES or SEE YOUR BANKER WW VU I O | 



When The Crash 

Comes — Be 

Protected 




C^iutual Insuranom 
Company 

J. B. JOHNSON 

AGENT 
PHONE 112 - WALTON, KY. 



Ordination Service 

On Sundi . ■ • ; Ft i r U ar> 1 2, at 

the Independence Christian Church 
Chester '.and of the LLL Highway was 
ordomed into the ministry and was duly 
d as a minister by the Kenton 
County Court. Billy Gibson and Sterling 
Sttfggs were, made elders, and Bobby 
n a dead n Rev Arthur Tipton, 
pastor, officiated at this m t : . autiful 
and impressive service Last month, Mr 
Frank Boone was also ordomed into the 
ministry. 
Bradford Star Chapter 

Bradford O.E.S. Chapter 493 held its . 
meeting in the Lodge Hall with 35 mem- W Open V a. m. - V p 

present. Under new business, a 
motion was made and passed to purch-r-c 



1954 MERCURY Hardtop, 2 tone, tinted glass, +* C gr 

radio, heater, brand new white sidewalls 
1953 DODGE 4 Door Coronet V-8, 

radio, heater, white sidewalls 
1951 PONTIAC Catalina, 

radio, heater — see this one 
1950 PLYMOUTH 4 Door, green, 

heater, seat covers — bargain 
950 FORD Custom 4-Door V 8, 

radio, heater — real nice 
1946 CHEVROLET Convertible, radio, heater, C-igc 

seat covers, good tires and top — only w ' ▼ J 



$785 
$685 
$395 
$395 



1954 FORD 2 Door, radio, heater, 

2 tone 
1953 CHEVROLET Deluxe Coupe, 

radio, heater — sharp 

1951 CHRYSLER Hardtop, 
radio, heater — clean 

1950 BUICK Super 4 Door, 

radio/heater, dynatlow 
1950 CHEVROLET Club Coupe, 

sec this one at only 

1952 NASH Rambler Hardtop, 
radio and heater 



$895$ 
$785: 
$585$ 
$395* 
$395* 
$696* 



Special . . . Only $395.00 

1949 OLDS "88" 4-Door, sec this, it's perfect! 



Lou 



"Boots" Froelicher 
manager 



m. 



6400 Dixie Highway 



Corner Of 

Dixie and Kcntaboo 

Dixie 1-7850 



=2= Earrings 

SB Value $300 Pair 

■•■ Now 2 pair $1.00 



S j: BARGAIN TODAY! 
\t[ 3 Ballpoint Pens 



with Pocket Protector 

~^ZD1 ': t --98= 



Now 88c 



|SS BARGAIN TODAY! 




BARGAIN SPECIAL! 



Ronson and Zippo Type 

Lighters 
Now 99c - 88c 



Costume Rings 

As Seen in Harper's 

' Valur • | 00 

Now $1.29 



BARGAIN SPECIAL! 



BARGAIN TODAY! 



Ladies' Solid Gold 

Birthstone Rings 
$15.00 values for $3.95 



Ladies'jand Gents' Genuine 
Leather Values to $5.00 



Now 88c 



BARGAIN SPECIAL! 



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Compacts 

Over 100 to Choose From 

Now 88c 



Ui f-itf HUBER JEWELRY CO. Kfi* Phone 180jsj 



Layaway Plan 



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VISALIA 



I c oi 92 Bi . coul <>( Ryland 

"'.'•. let tuvj 

. ..■ ■ • ! 

tor I in i tarn i • , * ; 

I ■ • i and if you would 

leave . ui papi i /ou may d 

Mrs l hn l'. Itil ■ I n, 

Millard 
r Bi-lr* ha\ lo 1 

• ' I i ttitt v.1' it in H A 
'"•' went n rhi 

trip 

1 1., Valentin* dot I " ■ • . 



THE BIST PLACI TO 

E A T 

IN COVINGTON 

LANG'S CAFETERIA 

n?3 625 Modlson Avenue 



Oj>en Sunday 6 o 



tn fl 



1 | • 1 I ma i hug uec< 

1 1 inn v Zimn moi ■ ■ f Mr ont 
Mrs Georgi n i hOrW l I 

prior I 
Mr and Mrs Ed Petiii 
r. n ond Vi r & rgi I tiingt i ».. re via 
.i it., i hn Pi fit Sun I 
Mi at 1 Mi Joe I ilai i enti rtoined 
Mi rjnd Mn Ernie Peterson ond dou 
Surdi y ofti rn 
Kenlot nd i vnmumty life 
- . ii i , ■ , run t St.. Elii 

• il with Mi- f harli s I oui 

ntoi he * injurt <\ jn an ai 1 1 Ii nl 

• 
I was enl 

. 11. 1, j Wt hrn 

A 1 .... • • ..■!'.; 

• 1 . , I Mi nd Mi 1 

It in I 

former E> ' ■ ■ 1 ' 

1 1 itti • ■• K^ 
V' 

•III! 1 H f Mr 

*• ... 

. . .1 |UI I 

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F orm 1 •'■ I iveus< I f ederal Land Bank loans 

will tell you that a Federal 1 and Bank loan stands out 
above all others because of these advantages — 

• Low interest rate — still only 4%. 

• Long term— up to 40 years to repay. 

• Former owned and controlled. 
Dividends. 
Prepayments gladly accepted without penalty. 



> Purposes now include almost any farm need. 

Amount of Ian~rndy7un from a few hundred doHttrrtor 

os much as $200,000.00. 

Part-time farmers may now borrow. 

Convenient local service. 

No appraisal fee or application fee. 

— Owned by Farmers for Farmers — 

Call See Write 

CARL SHERIFF, SECY-TREAS. 

NORTHERN KENTUCKY NFLA 

fiox 86 Phone TAylor 4-2861 

Williamstown, Kentucky 

In Burlington at Old Recorder Building Each 

Friday Morning for . Your Convenience. 



Sebree's Grocery 

BARGAINS 

OrangesKt 2 doz 49c 




Potatoes ti- s. wo. i 



50 lbs. 1.69 



Coffee 



"GOOD CUP" 
A Real Buy 



lb. 65c 



Coffee 



"MAXWELL HOUSE" 
Vacuum Tin 



lb. 87c 



Pni/thaO Fancy "White Villa" 

ICCIUIIWO Heavy Syrup - V i Can 



3 for $1 



SUGAR 



Granulated Cane 



5 lbs. 49c 



Oleo 



"HONEY GROVE" 
it-lb. slicks in Mb. pkg. 



2 lbs. 35c 



Callies 



Tenderized - Cello 
Wraped - Sugar Cured 



lb. 29c 



Cottage Ham 



Small, Tender 
Cello Wraped 



lb. 49c 



Boston Butts 



Fancy Pork Roast 
with Very Little Waste 



lb. 29c : 



Sliced Bacon 



1 pound cello pack 
Red Brand 



3 lbs. 65c • 



Jowl Bacon Sfl " areo,! " ip 



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2 lbs. 25c I 



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WALTON ADVERTISER, WALTON, KENTUCKY 



Thursday, Febru n , ? \ I 



WANT AD SECTION ^m^ 



Classified Advertising Rates: 25 cents 

per ad tor 25 words, or less; over 

25 words, one cent per word. 

All ads cash in advance. 



FOR SALE - 

FOR SALE — Feeders end fountain*, two 
electric brooder 300 size The Wil- 
lows. AT 3-2705. 4t-5* 

FOR SALE — Rickard tobacco seed, ot 
Reodnour Coal & Feed, Walton k\ 
Phone 154. tf 

FOR SALE -Varnished oak ! '. '-. ' 
large size with inner-spring motti 

plastic cover; can't be told from new, 
$25.00. John Younger, Eads Road. 
FLeetwood 7-2440. lt-7' 

FOR SALE — ' MT" John Deere tractor: 
John Deere hay rake; John Deere hay 
baler, wire tie, with Wisconsin rr I 
all equipment in fine condition. Call 
DUpont 4-3443. 4t-7 

FOR SALE — 47-acre farm, new 4-room 
house bath, electric, hct water, large 
--. barn, small barn, on school bus line 
creek through farm. Smith and Mary 
Simpson owners, Salem Creewk Road 
at Railroad Trestle, 3 4 mile off Ve- 
rona Road. 3t-7* 

FOR SALE — Mixed hay,_50 cents bale, 
or $25 per ton FL 7-246° 2t-7* 

FOR SALE — Hon. Russell Rector. Phone 
Fkctv. od 7-2586. 4t-7* 



FOR 


SALE 


— Lespe 


kzc 


, clover 


on 


d mix- 




hay , 




'an; 


all wire 


tii 


bales 


DU(X>nt 


4-3443 








4t-7 


FOR 


SALE 


— Sow and 


9 pigs; 


3 


shoots 


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igh 100 pou 


~\d%. 


J. Sloan, 


Maher 


Road, J 


mile t 


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Dixie H 


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2t-7* 



FOR SALE— Alfalfa hay. baled, first, 
second end third cutting, ear corn. 
Alois Obermeier, Independence, Ky. 
FL, etwood 7-7373 2t-7* 



FOR SALE— 1947 Buick Sui* r 

tuts ro.ii heol r low mileage good 
running condition, $170 00. Pill Gib- 
son, Stephenson Mill Read ■ Woltonl 
741X 2t-8* 

FOR SALE — Good turnout row with 
Black P, U coif by side; 4 sows Kir 
row about March 20, 18 feeder shoots 
overage 80 or 90 pounds, FLeetwood 
7-5302 W C Brown, 3 miles v uth 
of Walt in It 8' 



FOR SALE— Alfalfa hov baled Agnes 

Mho 2 milts from U S 42 on Big 

i and Beaver Rood Walton, Stor 

21 H 



FOR SAL ! i^ no alto saxophone, anil 
a Norge t lectric range. Phone FLet t 
I 7 2978 2l S 



R HJte Phone .' ' ?68 



FOR SALE -3 Hereford bulls 2 large 
and one small. R W. Elliott, Fiskburg 
FL 7-2457. . 2t-8* 



Ots and 

tie zo hoy v - ' ' • 

Road Walton 2t 8* 



FOR SALE — Coats suits 
like new size 12-14 
w d 7-3391 



and dresses 

Phone FLeet- 

lt-8* 



FOR SALE — 5 rooms with hath Full 
basement, coal furnace, good garden; 
price has been reduced Mr end Mi- 
Arthur Burdine, Walton. lt-8* 



FOR SALE — Boston Terrier female pup 
• AKC ht alt' ' ■ champion I 
line HI 1 8754 4t 8 

ADDITIONAL WANT ADS 

(Continued on Page 7) 



FOR SALE — Thoroughbred Whitcfaco 

1 bull, 10 months eld Earl 

Licberman, 540 Lo-c imb Road. FL 

7-508: lt-8* 

FOR SALE — Large air compressor, com- 
plete . . rhou'.ed 3 h ; 
garage type; also portable Singer sew 
mg mach'ne.- Lawson Fix-It Shop 
ATlant.c 3-3268 2t-8 



FOR SALE — • I mule. 

Websl • -no rsv 



Price 
2t «' 



FOR SALE— Ha> will sell or tra,! I 
cattli r hogs. Claude Adam \S 
end Nicholson Rood Phone FLeet- 
wood 7-2603. It 8' 



FOR SALE — Two Holstein cows heavy 

milkers one " 3 other Feh 

14 tt L M.ittttt 1 mil- 
Nicholson, Route 1 7 Phone I 
- I 7 S670 2f 8 * 



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FOR SALE 


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J. 60c to 


75c 






100 bu 


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1955 CHEVROLET 6-Cylinder Sport Coupe 

953 PLYMOUTH 4-Door 1952 PLYMOUTH 2-Door 

1951 FORD V-8 2-Door with Overdrive 

951 PLYMOUTH 2-Door 1951 FORD V-8 2-Door 

1950 CHEVROLET 2-Door Fleetline 

952 CHEV. 4-Door, PG 1950 CHEVROLET 4-Door 
950 FORD 2-Door 6-Cyl. 1950 PLYMOUTH 4-Door 

1950 CHEVROLET 2-Door 1951 FORD Dump Truck 
946 OLDS 2-Door 1949 PLYMOUTH 2-Door 

1951 CHEVROLET 1-Ton C&C, dual wheels 
946 PLYMOUTH Coupe 1946 CHEVROLET 2-Door 



FOR SALE — Cut •• iv. • Ford trac 
t 'r timbers, I 1 pes 8x10x14 
Goodwill cooking range, coal, wood 
and bottle gas c mbination cool 
heaters Maytag wringer; refrigerators 
$10 up .% ■ • kind hav; fur- 

niture of all kinds -F-' k. r.t house 
and. trailer space John W. C 
67 High St , Walton Kv lt-8* 



Poultry Equipment 



• We have just ' ' w stock of m->st all types 

. ti\ equipment We hove mostly lamesway which 
• , have | • " I I i . >.' m i . . 

'• ■ I buy on thi 

I ond it .jives v<r\ little trouble We til 
Jt:m, .wav gas hovers that Rotx I "in tin,) 

Finnell wh.. hove u -• I Ipts f bi •• ■• 

hover foi 
$ I 6 s>s with a very good heol element in it w > • -, 
mom try I W< have all sw * I 

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• ... ■•.,•■ • • 

. >• i used A liftli ter Jack *■ 

camt in for a gall • ' ' V . he I 

Givi it a try' CO' IRA - • 

n Verona f I, b( oght in a i I 

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MOW'S THE TIME! 

for /OnqOfAlb 

SEPTIC TANK CLEANER 



got it Otit Dov 

nelly farm bought a rubbei tin I wag 

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forroi i ,n, . m\ n j 

•• , • - hovel 

Om. • • I a I 

talk mu I - . Wis in Rid 

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This is the tune ol >e.ir when the 
bacterial actum in your septic tank 
slows down and often stops . . . 

it needs III LP. 

KIM. OF- A II. Septic Tank 

( leaner />tlf>\ prtittit the building 
up i)t excessive waste by i/'i-mi.j/o 

dikjtstin^ waste materials Contains 
an organic bacteria reactivator 
whith stimulates natural bacterial 
anion. tix> 

Get KING OF All. today it will 
i,,f> your septie tank working! 




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NOW IS THE TIMe\ 
to get your ' 

RKKARD'S 
Tobacco Seed 

and that 
BLUE GRASS 

Tobacco Canvas 



i Dixie Chevrolet Sales 

; Walton, Ky. Phone 95 



FOR SALE — Mixed, alfalfa, and timothy 
hay, by bale or ton; olso fresh Guem 
sey cow. H. Wesselman, Pelli. v Rood, 
Independence FL 7 29 1 5 tf 

FOR SALE -- Rickard tobacco seed, at 
Reodnour Coal & Feed. Walton, Kv 
Phone 154. tf 

FOR SALE — Two fresh cows, one team 
mules, one 3-year-cld half Jersey and 

ti in one 5-year old half 
and Guernsey, both fresh. Jim Br. a- r 
Verona, Ky Route 1 2t 7* 



FOR SALE— Stud, baker 1948 Comman- 
der 2-cJpor with overdrive, good ' • 
runs very good, cheap transportation 
Pnce $120 FL 7 7418 ?r-7* 




— SERVICE THAT SATISFIES— 

Tun* In WLW, 12:25; WPFB, 1 1 :4Sj 
WCKY, 12:15; WKBV, 12:30 (EST) 



NORRIS BROCK (0. 

CINCINNATI STOCK YARDS 

A Live Wire ond Progressive Or- 
ganization, second to none. We 
ore strictly sellers on the best oll- 
oround market In the country. We 
hope you will eventually ship to 
us. Why not now? 




FOR SALE — Complete set of good lawn 
mower sharpening equipment cheap 
Andy Penn or Lum Teogarden Phone 
Walton 920 4t-7 



FOR SALE — Hay. second and third cut- 
ting, baled; oil heater; 2-cap laundry 
stove; home rendered lard A C Har- 
rell. Hands Rood FL 7-7328 It 8* 



FOR SALE — Two Aberdeen Angus male 
calves, one year old Charles Bonar, 
Green Road and Dixie Highway, for- 
merly J. J. Marshall farm. 2t-7* 



FOR SALE — 3 geese and 17 ducks, sell 
cheap; also rabbits of all sizes; coun- 
try smoked shoulders Phone FLeet- 
wood 7-7418. 2t-7* 



VPGEPY 



¥RANK EARTH 



*HA-^> t_ oO&> WOOD. S*ftD' 
a - WE fPEAT VOU "O LUHCH 
while -too TELL ME All. 
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ADVANTACE Of THAT, 

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WAITED lNTil. AFTER TM CHECK 

was PAitt et'ooe t t old h -m 
OT -Mt WOHOEStFUL SERVICE 

BAR.TH 
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GENERAL REPAIR AND 
BOPY WORK. 

134 N. MAIN ST. WALTON, KY. 




for Service 



Large or Small 
.... See Powers 



CONRAD HARDWARE 

ALL TYPES 01 HOUSEHOLD 

APPLIANCES 



PHONE 23 



WALTON. KENTUCKY 



WANTED - 



WANTED ■ <n Waltor I 

nati. leaving Walf<<n at 6 30 a m 
Phone Walton 1943 . • " 



WANTED — Would like to rent a' I • 
acres of tobacco base. Frank Pen.ck, 
Jr FLeetw d 7 7461 2t-7* 



MISCELLANEOUS - 

RITA S rEALU^ ■• • 

I Church ' ncc 9 30 

• 6 00 rues toy 1 • . • • 10 to 

8 '.' 

f L ' • '.• ivnei 

and tf 



WANTED- Junk 1 r aid cars, will give 
good price Phone Walton 87 or 
1642 Hon & Th *n t 2t 8* 



GENERAL HAULING 
Walton 1342 



Som \. ■ PI • 
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WANTED- Immediately, stud Service by 
good brrv,n C r *"kcr Spaniel Contact 
R. E. Terry at Richw - 
25 2t-8* 



WANTED — Refngt-rators and gas and 
electric ranges, extra large trode Ins 
now on your present appliance 
new Frigidaire or Estote appliance 
Also BIG TV trade-in when you buy 
Zenith, Motorola or Emerson TV ot 
Clore's Modern Appliances in Burling- 
ton, Ky Next door to Post Office. 

lt-8 



FOR RENT - 



FOR RENT — 4-room house on Cleek 
Lane. A C Rosenstiel, Walton, R-2 
Phone Walton 270 2t-8* 

FOR RENT —2 large rooms, private en- 
trance, private bath, heat and water 
furnished Phone Walton 1 485 It 9 



FOR RENT — 5-room house and garden, 
and some farmland, on the Wmtcs 
Tower and Staffordsburg Road Mrs 
C. W Pruett. FL 7-5179. lt-8 



FOR RENT — 2-rrx^n cpartment, hot and 
cold water, large rooms 10 V 
Rood, Wolton 2t 8* 



FOR RENT — Two rooms, kitchenette and 
bath, furnshed or unfurnished Coll 
JUniper 1-3059, after 6 p m. 2t 8 



FREE ESTIMATI 

• • > mil -. n.j repairn , 

HEn -1 9641. tf 



MEN 
- • " Ml ■ ugh 

inty Artii •■ -j 

i • . - -. 

Ben Rlli . 4 .41 _l_. m _.. 

DU 4 .1 184 In Kent 

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NITURE—Anl • • ., and 

• ,11 iruri in cedar and ch. rr\ 
. • ■■ • m |#rn or\ii 

j Brahum V. 

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WATCH REPAIRING 

most *. • ■ . ■ - 1 ng oiling, ond 

regulating, $4 50 Huber's Ji-wrlr\, 
Walt .n and Erlangi r • • Phoni 

Wolton 180 tf 



RAZOR BLADES, less than Ic. Send 75c 
in stamps for 100 Don Juon Double 
Edge Blades or write for free samples 
All postpaid Notional Specialty Sales. 
Box 301, Cincinnati 1, Ohio. 7t 4* 



•'• A ' HI Frodi "1 >' ur ( Id »utch on 

■ • * . .. ' • -T-i o f ic wind 

(rfltcl • ••■•.;.. 1 Mulct's 

J,*.lr> Wolton and Erlanger '• 

• • 180 tt 

BREED YOUR COWS with N.KP.SS — 
« iated with American Br< 1 
Service Kentucky's f.rst and only oil 
proven sire service Jersey, Hoist) In, 
Guernsey, Brown Swiss, Block Angus 
ond Milking Shorthorn $6.00 breed- 
ing fee For service, call Robert Jock- 
son, FL 7-6681 tf 



FOR RENT— Six-room, one floor plan 
house, bath, stoker fired hot water 
hear, garage. DUpont 4-3443 4t 7 



FOR RENT — Three nice rooms, hall and 
bath. 57 South Main St , Walton, 
Ky. Phone 1484. wM»gp 2t-7* 



FOR RENT — Sleeping rooms, for men 
or women; weekly rotes. Waltonian 
Hotel, Walton, Ky. 3t-6* 



Use d Car Barg ains 

1953 DODGE 4-Door 
'51 DODGE 2-Door '49 DODGE 2-Door 

'52 PLYMOUTH 4 Door '50 PLYMOUTH 4 Door 
'52 HUDSON 2-Door '50 BUICK 2 Door 

'50 CHEV. 4-Door '47 CHEV. 2 Door 

See the New 1956 Dodge 

PETTIT MOTORS 

FLeetwood 7-4561 Independence, Ky. 



DeMoisey Gas 



FOR . . . HEATING 
... COOKING 
. . . WATER HEATING 



Call Walton 1 372 



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WALTON, KENTUCKY — THURSDAY MARCH I 



1956 



Volume 41 - Number 9 



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Alice In Founders 
Land" Presented by 
Visalia PTA at Meeting 



The Visalio Elementary Sena i P T A 

met recently at the school With Mrs, 

Ch a t te l Gt li i il l B * e» a* i»f, Xhi ..<.). in 
liotton pun tiuwd a file cobinel rot the 
ffice and a rhythm hand for the 
third ,' 

Mim Pol ■ n, daughter of Mr 

.j- i Vi . |. hert Jackson, Kenton, pre- 

• g Cam, a Sim n 

High School student, daughter 

< f Mr on.) Mrs J ihn Com. Indepen- 
>g Ma at the 



33rd District Basketball Tournament 



Bye 








Boone County 








Boone C°unfy 








Mar 1 - 8 [i m 
















Simon Kenton 
















St 1 l( nry 




Mor. 3 • 


8 p m. 


29 - 8 p. m. 








Erlanger Lloyd 








Mar 2 - 8 p m 
















Walton - Verona . 








Wolton - Verona 









The 33rd District Tournamrnt will be Verona of Walton, Boone County ot 
(>lay < d February 29 arid March 1, 2 and Florence, ond Simon Kenton of Indepen 



PTA 

Mrs Robert Chrisman and Mrs Wil- 
mrr Stein! i ted 'Alice In 

I unaVi Land a hist ry and fashion 
IKjgeant Inti riu I I by Miss Heler 

'■ ; ■III'. f\ If •! whO Oil 

M • musical occmponiment 
port paling wi '.' lames 

; •• Wil* n Charles Gritiell, John 

'•■ . Homm »k1 Hoi >ld Half 
hill. Rolph Finnell, Stanley V\ 

' • I'. -lew Vmvn Neus- 
ond Mill Kay Redman Roy 
Hommond and Wiln • usei rrv.f 

• nth century Isjthmg Suits 
Mrs James Crouct I ..■ Ws Day-, 
chairman present) t Mrs W.lm.-r Stein- 
hauser. Harry Figgins Charles Grizxell, 
1 ' • Cain and 

Pol with remembronce gifts 

wt ri sent t *.' 

Edward W A I 

■• . • '■' How 

ord H itfm How ks who 

were past | 
be jpri 

Charles 

. and 

Mis •.■ 

room « " tti .ward 

New Haven 4 Hers Meet 

A meet I • Mew H 4 M Club 

wos held I g was 

i J 'S 

cfuh 
Phyllu Kirtley secretory, read 

wh • .». -. o| p» >• d The 
song Round 

lam ' Mi '.-,.• 
h.*rii V ( | 

' ■ - • w. 'I 

I and gove short t *h»cl 



3 at the Boone County gym at Florenci 

ftv participating teams are St. Henry 
and ll yd b< th ol Erlanger, Walton 



dence This should be a very fine tour- 
nomonl The Kenton-Boone game should 
be one of the best in the tourney 



Duvall ot Burlington 

II.- C «td< I rot is t 

• ' '■ • ■ . • . Disabled I • 

rd will be ot me I >urtl 

Monday m nlng March 
H til 1 I 30 He will assist 
ond t ( " " d ' ■ with 
■ • • kte them 

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Celebrates 90th Birthday 

Mi- Mary Patrick celebrated her 90th 

I irthdoy Sunday I ■ with 52 

presenl SI • received a great 

'jiffs M' I ' . |.i en si ry 

ill and is (■ ' ' ■ k I to her bed However, 
'■' in., • iving ol this time, 



Annual Meeting Of 
Kenton County 4 H 
Club Council Is Set 



I he onnuol mi etng I thi Y • nl >n Co 
unty 4 H Club Council has been ■' I ■ 
7.30 p m , Tuesday, March 6, at Pleas 
uri Isle, On Ky. 17, 5 miles north of 
Independenci The annual election of 
•tu . rs m the council will 
I e thi t_ o1 ii • week-li ng i • li 

• National' 4 II C tub Wi . i- 
March 3 1 I 

• din i rs an*\ offici rs of the 
organization include Robert Jo. 
chairman, Stanley Porker, vici chairman 
Mrs ). A. Blau, secretory-treasuref 
William R Brown and Mr. Chorles Gall. 
I lu 10 mi mbers wi 

cil act in an advisory capacity to the 
Agricultural Extension Service in direct 
Ing the activities of approximately 600 
boys and girls enrolled in 4 H Club work 
in Knton county 

Scheduled to speak at the oco 
will be G J McKmncy, Specialist in 4-H 
Club work for Northern Kentucky. En- 
tertainment will be furnished by county 

4 1 1 Club members 

Services at Christian Church 

Bible School and preaching service. 

arc In Ing hi Id ivory Sunday in the Wal- 

(On< hn turn Church. Dr T S Reavis of 

Lexington, will be thi guest speaker on 

ui idoy. 



Home Furnishing 
Projects Scheduled 
For Homemakers 



The first of the series of home fur- 
nishing projects scheduled for Kenton 
ry H mematers wos presented Wed- 
Fi bruary 22 at Trinity Method- 
ircl Lai nio. 
Leaelers from 25 communities met in 
an oil <fay with Mrs. Mary E. 

me furnishing specialist 
from ' ■ . • . f the Col 

' Agriculture and Homi ( 

nomici of Ihi Univi I Kentucky 

umer info rm a ti o n on the i «ei 



HAROLD WEBSTER 

Harold Lloyd Webster, 13-yeor-old 
son of Mr. and Mrs Howard Webster 
of Banklick Station Rood, Kenton coun 
ty, died Monday at his home. 

Besides his parents, he leaves a broth- 
er, Clorence Webster of Covington; two 
sisters, Mrs Lucille Rhodes of Maurice 
Station, and Mrs Hazel Judd of Cin 
cinnati; his maternal grondpaients, Mr 
and Mrs Obo Howe, and his paternal 
grondmofher, Mrs. Lucy Webster, oil of 
Kenton county 

Services will be held Thursday at the 
Swindler funeral home, Covington, with 
burial in Independence Cemetery. 



JOHN F. BECK 

funeral services for John F. Beck, 69, 
t Morning View, were held Tuesday 
■ .. and I,; oMrom the Peoples funerol home 

' nl ' rui 'v arid 

care of i * thordu jhly ditt 

rtuniry to see and 
newer tal 



cently come On the market in the homi 
• 

nee wi " Mesikim. ■, 
Fil Lange, Dan Marshall, T M T 

Civs Yeogd H word 
Giltner, Earl Wh, 1 

Russell Mai I 

■ ' , '.'■ • ■• • -t ConJi ■, 
Fred Ficke, Ldwm Frohn, Edw 
Smith, Gurney Mitchell James Miller 
. Hammond, f T Evan* Horry 
■ p Carl Rekow, Chas Torline, J 
b, Don Ha kef Donald Rid 
■t Wolrwi tt W, C Tallent, 
r, B. I .'• ■ .•- •. rman Charles 

'.' Idendort Kei 
H V. Ward i H Lawson, Chas 
I J A Hui lefeld Frank Ring- 
I ■ *n, J. C. Bt all, L. J. 
Rapp, E O Mortm, Casper Arnold Wm 
V Man I Bun >ughs, and 

'•' '■ Imo F B> 

Local Firemen Buy Equipment 

Th.- Wait n Volant, ,-r Fire [ 
ment I a 1953 GMC pan ( I 

chief, an,\ will 

k all i thi i » ■ -m nt to a 

fin it will cany fust aid equipment, 
a two way radio, and fin fi )htin i i 
merit capabll ' ■ ' ■ juishing smal 1 

'ii 

ihi dtpoitment has also purcho 
portable light outfit for lighting areas 
V.IIO- tin y have no light. In addition 
to this, they haw I ■• ughl a ni w p. rtuMc 
pump ami 500 fet t of h 

We hove a well equipped fire deport- 
menl ati<i the members are oyer striving 
to improve their equipment in ordct t 

In Met '• tvi th. i . fie of this area. 

Literary Club to Meet 

A speaker from the Consumer Rela- 

Di porrmi nt of Celani ■■■ I 

til America will present a color slide 
program entitled "Your Home Charm 
ing," fi i the mi . ling of the Walton 
vN mon Literary Club, to bo held m 
a hip Hall of the Walton Christian 
Church, Wednesday March 7, beginning 
at 2 00 p m. Mrs Grover C. Ransom 
will serve as hostess anii Mrs, Julia A. 
will preside 



Requiem High Moss was held at 
'.t Mory Church, Morning View, ot 9.3t 
a m tunal wos in the church cemetery 
Mr i > • • I Saturday at his home. 
Hi I, ay.s two sons, WiJIiam J. Beet 
ot Demcrssyille, and John F. Bt • 
Covington, five grandchildren, and two 
grandchildri ri 

EDWARD 0. WEBSTER 

Edward O Webster, 91 years of age, 
passed away at his home on Verona 
Route 1, February 22. He was a retired 
farmer, ond was a member of Concord 
Baptist Church. He and his wife had 
been married for 67 years. 

Mr Webster leaves his wife, Mrs. 
Moggie Sturgeon Webster; a son, Rus- 
sell Webster, of Verona, Route I; a 
brother, Ollie Webster, of Rising Sun 
Ind ; four grandchildren, and ten great- 
grandchildren 

• CI wre held Saturday morning, 
try 25, at the Concord Baptist 
Church, "Gallatin county, with the Rev, 
Franklin Lipscomb, Jr. officiating. Bur- 
ial was in Concord Cemetery 

Hamilton funeral home, Verona, hod 
charge of arrangements 

Kenton Social, Saturday 

Die t :nd Community Volunteer 

Fire Dt|K3rtmint will sponsor its monthly 
social, at the fire house in Kenton, on 
Saturday March 3, beginning at 8 30 
p m The public is cordially invited, 
"nru-nts will be served, according 
to Charles Gnzzell, chairman 



W.M.S. Wook of Prayer 

The Baptist W.M.S ' Week of Prayer" 
will be lulif March 5 9, from 1:30 to 
2 30 p m at the church. The 'Mission 
study book will be taught March 5, at 
10.30 a m bring sandwich The Anno 
Armstioni) ottering for Home Missions 
will be taken at this time. 

The W.M S. js sending money for 
eggs to the Glendale and Spring Mead- 
ows Orphan Homes. If you wish to give 
an offering, the money should be given 
to your Sunday School teacher. 



Class Meeting Tonight 

The regular meeting of the Alpha 
Sundoy Schoot class has Befn post; 
until March 1, at the home of Mr. W 
D. Locke. Visitors are welcome. 



Use of A Balanced 
Fertilizer Is Stressed 
By the County Agent 



Results of soil tests throughout Boone 
i unty show the necessity of balanced 
fertilization if crops are to lie produced 
efficiently, say, Joe Claxon, County Agt. 

Each of the three major soil clem nts 
of nitrogen, phosphorus and potassium 
must bo applied at a rate which will 
give the maximum profitable return he 
said In a fertilization program enough 
, i phorus should be included to main- 
tain an adenuate level of available phos- 
phorus in the soil and, in addition, suf- 
ficie'nt nitrogen and potash should be 
d for the immediate needs of the 
crop. 

Since nitrogen is the most exp< n ive 
of the three major fertilizer elements 
and the one most subject to loss from 
the soil, enough phosphorus and | 
should always be applied to insure the 
maximum use of all the nitrogen In the 
fertilizer 

Mr Claxon said the fertilizer recom- 
mendations of the Agronomy Department 
of the Agricultural Experiment Station 
have been developed as a result of actual 
fu Id i xperlmentj throughout the state, 
ond are designed to help farmers increase 
the i "" : ''|i' ( i., ^ M ?!; H ' ir crc P production. 

|J is strTWglyTjnycf that farmers make 
the full, t possible use cf the soil test- 
ing program in tb» county. 



Girl Scout. Brownie 
Troops of Walton 
Now Registered 



The following orticle was published 
Hy in the Licking Valley Girl Scout 
1 1 paper 

"Boone County District — First, we arc 

pi ud to report Troop 1 98 has been 
•• red. That's our new Brownie 
Troop from Walton, Ky., wth Mrs Helen 
Burgess as leader, and Mrs. Adeline Reed 
as co-leader. For their troop committee 
we have Wesley Burgess and Horry Reed, 
plus Mrs Wendell Downing, Mrs. Frances 
Afrerkirk and Mrs Sue Stamper. 

"Also we are proud to report Inter- 
mediate Troop 201, with 18 girls, regis- 
tered. Mrs. Pete Miller, leader; Mrs 
Eyelyn Sizemore and Mrs Gladys Simp- 
son, co-leaders. Their troop committee 
ore Mrs. Christine Smith, Mrs James 
Webster, and Mrs Myrtle Young. They 
are also from Walton. These people 
really deserve a big hand for their cease- 
less efforts to get a Scout organization 
m Wolton." 

The Walton Brownie Girl Scouts wish 
to thank the following persons who con- 
tributed toward the purchase of a troop 
flog: Clifford Ryan, "Ab" Ryan, R. C 
Brakefield, Frances Eddins, Bob Brugh, 
Paul and Sam Beighle, and Mr. and Mrs 
Guy St. Clair. 

Florence 4-H Club Meets 

The Florence 4-H Club met February 
23, with Miss Nancy Guilfoil and Mr. 
Ed McCandless present The group sang 
"Sixteen Tons" ond "She'll Be Comin' 
Around the Mountpin." Mona Curtsinger 
sang, "If I Give My Heart to You." The 
project books were handed out, and some 
n. embers did not get theirs. A total of 
75 members were present. 

Simon Kenton PTA 
Observes Founders' 
Day With Program 

The Simon Kenton PTA. met recent- 
ly at the school with Mrs Thomas Fin- 
ney presiding. Mrs. T. S. Moffett, Mrs. 
Groce Cooper and R. C. Hinsdale were 
named to the nominating committee for 
new officers 

The "spring festival" will be held on 
Friday, April 6. Mesdames H. Halfhill, 
G. Hatfield, J Cam, W Worthington, 
H. Stephenson, D. Hightower, W. Ash- 
craft, T. Finney, J Crouch, and Miss 
Elma Taylor are the committee members 
in charge of planning the affair. 

Mrs Lewis Gabriel was honor guest 
at the Founders' Day tea, planned by 
Mr?. John Cam Miss Shirloy Collins 
presented a reading, "Brotherly Love," 
Miss Eulonda Estes, "June Night," Miss 
Jockie Cain, "Ma at the P.T.A." Miss 
Elma Toylor read the president's message 
from the Kentucky PTA. magazine. 
Miss Wanda Brautigan sang "The Lord's 
Prayer," accompanied by Gyles Bruin at 
the piano. 

Flowers were sent to Miss Lena Koeh- 
ler a teacher in the school, who was in 
on accident recently. 

Mrs. Alta Cox ond Miss Elsie Hite- 
man tied for the attendance avyard. Mrs. 
Howard Stephenson was in charge of 
si iv mg. 

The next meeting will be held March 
5, when officers will be elected. A safe- 
ty program is planned by Mrs. Halfhill. 

GOOD EATING FOR MARCH 

If you take advantage of the wide 
variety of plentiful foods expected on 
March markets, your family should have 
eating with no monotony in meals, 
according to the U. S. Department of 
Agriculture, says Miss Nancy Guilfoil, 
Boone home demonstration ogent. 

Consider first the many choices in 
protein foods — these include pork, beef, 
broilers and frvi rs as well as foods for 
I < nti n tare, such as cheese and other 
dairy products, peanut butter a»d tuna. 

Then tc keep company with the main 
dish, take your choice between rice and 
potatoes, both plentiful, with "new" po- 
tatoes coming from the South. 

At least three fruits deserve the shop- 
per's attention this month — grapefruit, 
cherries and dates. Supplies of both 
.fresh and processed grapefruit are large, 
and is a top-rater for vitamin C. Grocery 
shelves have large stocks of canned pie 
cherries on I there's plenty of lard tor 
making pie crusts California dates will 
be ^plentiful. Many dates didn't get to 
market for the' usual holiday sale, due 
to unfavorable weather and a delayed 
harvest. 



Constitutional Amend- 
ments Face Ky. Voters 



WORKS ON ANNUAL 




Recommended By 
State Administration 



Mary Gorlough 

Miss Mary Garlough a junior at Simon 
Kenton High School, Independence, was 
one of two members of her class to aid 
the seniors in selling ads for this year's 
annual, The Pioneer. Her total was $40. 
The other junior was Miss Marilyn Fried- 
man, who sold $10 worth of ads. The 
seniors are thankful for their help 

Willing Circle Class Meets 

The February meeting of the Willing 
Circle Class of Kenton Baptist Church 
was held at the home of Mrs W. B. 
Barnes, Kenton. Mrs. Charles Schnitzler 
presided at the business meeting with 
prayer by Mrs. W. W. Roden. The de- 
votional, by Mrs Frank Kuriger, was 
"I Would Be True " The class sang, 
"Stand Up for Jesus." The meeting was 
three-fold in that a surprise stork shower 
was given for Mrs. James Noakes, the 
birthday of Mrs. Albert Sharp was cele- 
brated, as well as Valentine day. 

Members present were: Mesdames 
Glenn Dunn, W. B. Barnes, John Griz- 
zelle, Albert Prctot, Robert Boll, Albert 
Sharp. Arnold Sallee Herbert Duncan, 
Ray Coyle, James Noakes, Frank Kuriger, 
W. W. Roden, Vernor Lykins, Alton Step- 
henson, Arthur Steeley, Charles Schnitz- 
ler, and John Lauer. 

1479 GET CHEST X-RAYS 

According to the Boone County Health 
Department, 1479 residents of the county 
had free X-rays taken last week when 
the mobile unit visited Walton, Florence 
and Burlington. This is the largest num- 
ber to receive this service on any visit 
by the mobile X-ray unit. The number 
for each o' the towns was as follows: 
Walton, 3o4, Florence 709, and Bur- 
lington 406. 



Simon Kenton Band Here 

The Simon Kenton High School band, 
under the direction of Robert Roden, will 
present a concert at the WaltDn-Verona 
High School auditorium on Friday after- 
noon, March 2, at 1:00. Everyone is 
cordially invited to hear this 60-membcr 
group, rated as "superior" in the State 
of Kentucky. 

B.W.C. Week of Prayer 

The B. W. C. of Walton Baptist 
Church will observe Week of Prayer fbf 
Home Missions with a program on Mon- 
day, March 5, at 8:00 p. m., in the 
home of Mrs. Jane Johnson. 

The regular meeting for March will 
be held Thursday evening, March 8, at 
the some meeting place. All members 
are urged to be present. The Annie 
Armstrong offering will be taken. 

STATE AID TO NEEDY 

Residents of Boone county drew a 
total of $5,590 in January under Ken- 
tucky's three public assistance programs 
— old age assistance, aid to dependent 
children, and the needy blind — Com- 
missioner of Economic Security Vego E. 
Barnes said. 

The payments were: Old age assist- 
ance, $4,834, aid tc dependent child- 
ren, $591, and aid to needy blind, $165. 

Bake Sale On Saturday 

There will be a bake sale at the 
Phoenix Restaurant, Saturday, March 3, 
starting at 9:30 p. m., sponsored by the 
junior class of Walton-Verona High 

Chances will lie gvcjHoble on a 15-lb 
country ham.,°H\hich will be delivered to 
the winner. 



Voters of Kentucky will be faced with 
two constitutional amendments at the 
November 1957 general election, os o 
result of action taken by the regular 
session of the 1956 General Assembly. 

First of the amendments would auth- 
orize establishment of a constitutional 
Stole Board of Education, appointed by 
the Governor, to hold terms for nine years 
eoch, the first appointments to run from 
one to nine years so that one appoint- 
ment would be made annually. In turn, 
the Board would name the Superintend- 
ent of Public Instruction, now an elec- 
tive official He would hold office for 
an indefinite term. 

The other amendment is designed to 
make the process of constitutional re- 
vision simpler. It would permit the of- 
fering of five — instead of two — amend- 
ments to the people at any given elec- 
tion, and mony persons believes that the 
process would facilitate the early removal 
of so much that is outmoded in the pres- 
ent Constitution. 

The new amendment, too, would 
authorize submission of constitutional 
amendments at speciaf elections. 

Both proposals were recommended in 
principle by the Constitution Review 
Commission and bore approval of the 
Chandler administration. The education 
amendment also had approval of edu- 
cators throughout the state as a means 
of removing the department, so far as 
possible, from political manipulation. 

2-Year Marine Enlistments 

Two-year enlistments are once again 
being offered by the U. S. Marine Corps 
to eligible young men. Previously only 
enlistments of three and four years were 
authorized. 

The Kentucky Marine Recruiting Sta- 
tion has announced that the Corps is now 
offering two and three year enlistments 
to qualified young men, including certain 
married persons, who wish to be assign- 
ed immediately to active duty, accord- 
ing to M Sgt. Mike D. Mervosh, Marine 
recruiter in charge of Northern Kentucky 
area, located in the City Building, Cov- 
ington. 

Applicants between the ages of 17 and 
26 may be accepted at the Recruiting 
Station and assigned to immediate active 
duty in the Reserves. Accepted appli- 
cants will be transferred to San Diego, 
Calif, for recruit training. 



Simon Kenton Scores 
83-82 Win Over Dixie 
Heights, Last Friday 



Howard Stacey's 51 points went for 
naught last Friday night as the Simon 
Kenton Pioneers eked out a hard-fought 
free-scoring victory over the Little Col- 
onels of Dixie Heights, on the Indepen- 
dence floor. 

Brueckner, Butler and Ruebel com- 
bined for 62 points to offset the fine 
work of Sfacey. Brueckner had 27 points 
for the wiflners. 

Kenton led 27-21 at the end of the 
first period as both teams showed — a 
strong offensive. Stacey had 13 points 
in the first' quarter and Brueckner had 
11. The Dixie team, with Stacey get- 
ting 15 points in the second period, out- 
scored the winners 27-21 to lead 48-46. 
Brueckner had eight. Simon Kenton re- 
gained the lead in the third period, 66- 
65, and the teams fought on down to 
the finish with never more than three 
points separating them. 

Dixie Heights — Eveleth 8, Eger 3, 
Stickrod 6, Heckman 2, Stacey 51, and 
McKibbcn 12. 

Simon Kenton — Ruebel 19, Silvers 4, 
Brueckner 27, Elliott 9, Exeler 0, .Butler 
16, and Vaughan 8. 

Dixie Heights won the reserve game, 
47-38. — — 

S.I.O. to Collect Junk 

The S. I O. (Student Improvement 
Organization) of Wa.ltcn-Verona High 
Schc I will be collecting junk on Mon- 
day and Tuesday of next week — March 
5 and 6 The money made from this 
• wiM be u.l for item:; needed in 
the new school. 



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Fnui ' ' ' !i 1, i 





Mrs Woe TreaaVa\ *as rtw Soturdo*, 
guest of Mrs. Ruby Tread»^\. 

Mr end Mrs Jack Conner were recent 
dinner guests of his parents, Mr. end 
Mrs. Carl Conner. 

The Homemokcrs will meet with Mrs 
Frank Pemck, Sr Fr.dcs March 9, with 
Mrs. Herman Newton as co-hostess. Let 
every member be present. 



CRITTENDEN 



v John E. Stephenson is still on 
the sick list. 

Mrs. Hess Vest is slowly improving in 
heolth at her home. 

Mr. and Mrs Theodore Woods of 
Covington, were the Wednesday guests 
of her mother, Mrs. Bertha Baker, ond 
his mother, Mrs. Flora Woods. 

Joanna and Byron Kent were weekend 
guests of their father, Art Kent, and 
Mrs. Kent. 

Mrs. Leslie Frozier of Independence, 
called on Wallace K. Grubbs and Mrs. 
Letta Powers, Sunday afternoon. 

Mr. and Mrs Harry Reed. Mr. and 
Mrs. Charles Worthmgton Mr. and Mrs 
Eugene Siremore, Mr. and Mrs. Wcslev 
urgess, Mrs. Frances Eddins, ond Sue 
Miller, with the G<rl Scouts and Brownies 
■-f Walton attended the Festival of the 
t prownies and Girl Scouts in New- 
: •• >u"ilflv cftrrnoon. 

Mr. and Mrs. Charles Race and little 
daughter were weekend guests of her 
:\D r tnts, Mr. and Mrs. Matt Flynn. 

Mrs. Oro StOsie is caring for a sick 
lady with a new baby in Ludlow, for a 
couple of weeks. 

Mrs. Warren Stephenson, who under- 
went an operation at St. Elizabeth Hos- 
pital, last Monday, is getting along 
nicely. 



Miss_Mgjr.ii * " ' ' : * " • SStefc 
end guest r hei Mrs C. T 

Pickett of Covington. 

Mr ond Mrs. Ralph Sullivon ond son 
of Covington. wtrt Saturday evening 
guests of his brother and wife, Mr. and 
Mrs Charles Sullivan 

Mr. and Mrs. Joe Laudcrbock were 
the Saturday and Sunday guests of Mr. 
and Mrs. Tonv Kordenbrock of Coving- 
ton. 

Mr ond Mrs William Vest and child- 
ren were Sunday guests of their daugh- 
ter and husband. Mr and Mrs Atha Rex 
Of Erkr 

Mr and Mrs Tomm\ Linton Mr ond 
' Chavis Mr Florei 
Mr and Mrs A M Linton, Jr ., all of 
were Sunday guests of then 

parents Mr and Mrs Arthur Lint 

Doro Field lo ix 

Otte r • I — : 

• n • Vr't - • '■• 

Mrs William Vest 

Mrs. Anna Fl I Covingl 

a pot tal. She is the 

■jn Newt 
ly cf Walton. 

Mr end Mrs Wilbert Sullivan_.and 
family of Falmouth were Sunday 'guests 
cf thsif :■■ <• sad » it Mr. end j^rs 
Charles Sullivan 



Miss Mary Reed returned home Sun- 
day from Booth Hospital. 

Mr. and Mrs Paul Harp are rejoicing 
over the arrival of a baby girl, their 
third heir. 

Mr. and Mrs. William Frederick are 
the proud parents of a baby boy. 

Mr. and Mrs William Dance and two 
children of Dayton, Ohio, spent the 
weekend with his sister, Mrs. Loreno 
Hutsell, and daughter, Virginia Dell. 

Sherman Dixon is suffering from a 
blood clot in his leg 

Mr. and Mrs Kenneth Elliott left 
Wednesdcy for Clearwater, Fla., where 
they will make their home. Mrs. Elliott 
is employed in a bank at Clearwater. 

Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Wallace and child- 
ren of Falmouth, spent Sunday with his 
aunt, Mr, and Mrs. Walter Cooke. ■ 

Claude Bcatty is a patient at the Vet- 
erfans Hospital in Cincinnati. 

Mrs. Dorothy Stone entertained Tues- 
day, Mrs. Clara McCoy, v Miss Esther 
Spillman of Dry Ridge, and Mr. and 
Mrs. George Annc^s and Steven Kelly cf 
Mount Zion. 

Miss Linda Tunner of Cincinnati, 
spent the weekend with her parents, Mr. 
and Mrs. Dodson Tunner. 

Elmer Alexander of Covington, pass- 
ed away at St. Elizabeth Hospital, Sun- 
day, February 26, after a short illness 
He is b Mrs Mary Waller. 

Mr. and Mrs. John Marksburry, Jim 
-and George MarKburry, all of Williams- 
town, spent Sunday with their sister, 
Mrs. Mary Schneider. 



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GLENCOE 



Bob Grubbs, elder and member of the 
Glencoe Church of Christ, Glencoe, pass- 
ed away Thursday evening, Mr. Grubbs 
served faithfully in his church as super 
intendent for years and years, as long as 
he was able. He will be sadly missed by 
his family and church. 

Mrs. Ollie Hudson is in St. Elizabeth 
Hospital. We request your prayers for 
her. 

Sympathy is extended Mrs. Cora Bell 
Orsbin's family. She passed away at a 
rest home last week. 

Word was received that Harry Scott 
had passed away. The funeral was at 
Owenton, Monday. Sympathy is extend- 
ed the family. 

Mrs. Laura Connley, Mrs. Jessie Hall 
and Mrs Lona attended the funeral of 
Mr. Charley Brock, formerly a mail car- 
rier at Sparta, held at Owenton. 

Uncle Charley Pipes is improving 
slowly. 




FAMOUS FOR 

Delicious Pan Fried 

CHICKEN 

in bosket • 

PHONE FIRST— ED 1-3130 

And They Will Be Ready! 

ORDERS TO TAKE OUT 



$1.25 




Miss Beverly Kunkel doughtei ol Mr 
e Kunkel of N n ond 

l1 nun • "' ' .'.rut. I 

• , ■ Floyd Krebs of Maunc e 

Statu rt in the prii I 
wn 
William House Indepi ' | 

\ ill at St. llii tal. He J I 

is a brol law ol Mrs. Oro 

on.i Mis I immi y 

Mr and Mrs Elbert V li ryi wen ' 
the Sunday ofternooYl gui sts of Mrs 
Belle w ford at \ 

Mr and Mrs Paul Biotkmon of Cm . 

cmnati were weekend guesl 

parents Mr and Mrs Elbert Mi Intyr* 

Mr and Mrs El Jon Pickett and 
of Erlangei were Sunday guests 
grondmother, Mrs Ora Stone 

Mr and Mrs > | « ■• ond 

Mrs Richard Ryan arut daughter, Pom 
pent M.-miioy in C 
Mrs ion li ft I riday I I - 

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• ■.' Clifford Pow 
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N ~w t at St. Elii 

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RADIATORS 

Repaired and (leaned 



BODY WORK 

Painting - Retouching 




WRECKER SERVICE ... DAY or NIGHT 



Expert Carburetor Work - Body Work and Painting 

CHEVROLET £S±\ 

SALES mS 



Dixie 



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Just Try a "WANT AD" in The ADVERTISER and See Results! 




New Heavyweight Champs 
-rated up to 32,000 lbs. 
O.V.W., 50,000 lbs. G.C.W.! 




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Champs of every weight class ! 



New models to do bigger jobs— rated up to 32,000 lbs. 
G. V.W.I New power right across the board — with a 
new V8 lor high-tonnage hauling I New automatic and 
5-speed transmissions! Now there are more reasons 
than ever why anything less is an old-fashioned truckl 





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New Middleweight Champs— 
with more power to haul bigger loads! 



New Lightweight Champs 
—most modern trucks in their 
class- and they look it I 



Meet the biggest, broadest, brawniest line of Chevrolet trucks ever built! 

It oilers tour new heavy-duty series. It brings you new power for every 
job, with a modern short-stroke V8* for every model. 

Then there's a new choice of transmissions-an automatic for every series 
With a wider range of Hydra-Matic models and Powefmatic, a new six-speed 
automatic, plus new five-speed manual transmissions. t 

Come in and see these great new Chevrolet Task-Force trucks! 

• VH standard in l.C.F. and Series 8000 and 10000 modelt, an rxlra-coit option In all other models. 
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Anything less is an old-fashioned truck! 




DIXIE CHEVROLET SALES 



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Thursday, March 1, I 



WALTON ADVERTISER, WALTON, KENTUCKY 



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- ABSOLUTE - 




In Order to Settle the Estate of Mr. W. H. Poe, One Mile off 

Highway 42, Near Duck Head Inn 




Starting 10 A. M. 



426-Acre Farm, 48 Cows, Farm Tools 



426-Acre Farm . . 

The farm consists of 426 acres, 6-room 
house with electric, almost new stock barn 
40x60, a combination tobacco and slock 
barn that will hold 3 acres of tobacco, one 
small hay barn, and other outbuildings. 
This farm is adequately watered with eight 
ponds; farm well fenced in 9 different pas- 
tures; 140 acres of extra good bottom land, 
200 acres cleared land in pasture, 30 acres 
of ridge land, rest of land in limber. 

About 600 bushels of 
bales of good mixed hay; 
drawn farm tools. 



48 Head Cattle . . 

48 head of cattle, described as follows: 
14 head of Whiteface cattle that can be 
registered; 2 milk cows, extra good, with 
calves; Hereford bull, subject to register; 
balance of cattle all good slock; a good 
work mule about 8 years old, and a black 
work mare 9 years old; 4 nice Duroc sows 
to pig in March, also 1 registered Duroc 
boar 8 months old, and 34 shoals that will 
weigh about 70 pounds. 

good corn, 1000 
one set of horse 



Farming Implements . . 

1953 Ford tractor, in good condition, 
with plows, disc, mower and cultivator; 
Dearborn corn picker, good condition; 
one hammermill, tobacco setter, fertilizer 
spreader, rubber fired wagon, M'Cormick 
binder; all of these tools have been pur- 
chased since 1950; water tank, 100 cement 
blocks, pitchforks, hoes, chains, and other 
miscellaneous items;also some household 



furniture and appliances. 

This farm is located off U. S. Highway 
42, near Duck Head Inn— look for signs 
and arrows leading to sale. 



Lunch Will Be Served On the Grounds 



WLS0N T. IV. JHHMSTRATOR 

- ... -■ ■ a ■■■ ... m -. ' ~ -?•*** ' S&X' 



Worthington & Worthington, Auctioneers 



Phone Walton 671 



R. H. Worthington, Clerk 



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WALTON ADVERTISER, WALTON, KENTUCKY 



Thur-Joy, Watch 1, 1956 



CHAMBERS & GRUBBS 

FUNERAL HOMES 




Ambulance Service 

Anytime , - Anywhere 



Member Kentucky Funeral Directors Burial Association 



Ph 



one: 



Walton 352; Florence, AT 3-5101 



Peoples Liberty Bank and Trust Company 

COVINGTON, KENTUCKY 



We Moke Loons On Home Applionces, Televisions, 
Radios — F. H. A. and Mortooaes. 



DR. G. C. D0N0H00, CHIROPRACTOR 

WALTON— Main & Depot Streets FLORENCE — 7628 W*»e Hhjhway 

Hours: Mondoy, Wed., Friday, Hours: Monday, Wed., Friday. 

2.00 p. m. to 5:00 p. m. 10 to 1 1 a. m. & 7 to 6 p. m. 

PHONE: ATLANTIC 3-S371 



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Exemplified in Nature! The Habit of All Her Creatures! 

SAVE TODAY FOR A HAPPIER AND 
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INDEPENDENCE, KENTUCKY 

Member F. D. I. C. Accounts Insured Up to $10,000.00 



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For Quality and Price 

Blue Diamond Coal - Agrico Fertilizer 
American Wire Fence and Gates - Ubiko Feeds 

McCullough Seeds - Hay and Straw 
Block Sale, 75c - Ohio River Salt, 100 lbs. $1.40 

4-12-8 Muriate Potash for Grass ton $45.00 

Ubiko Layer Crumble, in print bag $4.00 

READNOUR COAL & FEED 

WALTON, KY. PHONE 154 



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Saving 
Makes It Possible 



This fellow has the right idea. He's dreaming 
of a home of his own — and he's saving for it. 
He knows that savings, here, are insured to 
$10,000 and earn a worthwhile return. How 
about you? Are you dreaming of owning a 
home, educating your children, or profiting by a 
business opportunity? Then open a savings 
account here with a convenient amount and 
SAVE with a purpose! 



BY Dft. KENNETH J. FOREMAN 



Christ and the City 



Lesson for March 4, 195« 




Dr. Foreman 



FIRST FEDERAL 



SAVINGS & 
LOAN ASS'N 



501-503 Main St., Covington, .Ky«jw~. HEmlock 1-6480 
Latonia Office — 36th & Decoursey 

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CENSUS takers have Ions been 
du tding u> Americans 
"Rural ' and "Ui 1 an." The fact is. 
wherever we may live, if we are 
not in .1 city we are in many ways 
affected by citii The magazines 
and papers we re id are often pub- 
lished In ci1 I I I 

a fai mer u con 

feitili.- ' 

Our clothes •■■ 
■ 

iv Your casket 

been i 

city Tl i • 

state In 

which ha? jui I 
large city A 
mer resid» nt of 
that state told the 
w liter that very few small towns 
there amounted to anything, be- 
cause all the yuung people in the 
state who had any ambition struck 
out for that big city as soon as they 
could One way or another, we are 
all becoming '-urban" pretty fast. 

Enthusiasm It Fragile 

The largest city Jesus ever saw- 
brought tears to his eyes, and no 
w nder Some i f the things he saw 
arc true of cities u I of urban civ i- 
lization today. They are true of our 
American way of life 20th-century 
style One was the swiftly rising, 
and as swiftly falling enthu 
of the crowds There they i I 
with joyful shouts of'welcoi 
Palm Sunday m md by Fi i 

dayn. me of the 

would be sci' 
him'" City pi 
i . a idi is and new her' • - 

tons I ti ' e and tm n 

branches' returning 

but in six months' time « 

:,l le to remember his name Ex- 

. :t as you like, the fact i 
urban enthusiasms are b 
That goes for most of us What wa 
live for in our urban America Is 
mostly excitement We live from 
headline to headline, from thrill to 
thrill Advertisers do their best to 
stir us up. They talk of "exciting" 
new colors, exciting new fashions. 
even i believe it or not) exerting 
new toothpaste. The adverti- 
know that if we can really be per- 
suaded that a thing is exciting. 
we'll buy It! We would rather lis- 
ten to a new idea than a true one 
That's city fever. 

Mass Man 

In the days of Davy Crock." 
whose ghost, we trust, will have 
been laid to rest before these lines 
meet the public eye— in the days of 
Davy C and of Dan'l Boone, ne .. 
all Americans were living in the 
country, as we would call it today 
Even the cities were small Those 
were the days of rugged individual- 
ism. When a neighbor came within 
50 miles of Daniel Boone, he thought 
the woods were getting too crowd- 
ed, so the legend has it— and moved 
on. Nowadays in our more urban 
era, we have come to the time of 
"Mass- Man" as philosophers rail 
him. The city is the Land -if K il- 
low-my-Leader It is the dwelling- 
place of the Joiners Mr. Boone did 
not belong to many societies, but 
where is the man today who is hap- 
py without belonging to enough 
clubs and societies to keep him out 
every night? Mass Man is a rather 
sad spectacle Jesus wept over him 
there in Jerusalem. The people of 
that city were like sheep, doing, 
saying, even thinking what their 
Scribes and Pharisees told them to. 
The men of Jerusalem would not 
look for themselves, they "knew 
not the time of their visitation." 
They did not know~when God was 
knocking at their door. If Christ 
came to America today, would 
Mass Man recognize him? Or 
would he be under suspicion be- 
cause he would not At the universal 
pattern? 
D«n of Robbers 

The city over which Jesus wept 
was the site of a magnificent Tem- 
pi*; built as a place of worship. 
But when Jesus visited it. he found 
a cattle-market going on in the 
very middle of it. What should 
have been worship had turned to 
money-making. So it is too often 
with an urban civilization. Built 
on business, on the market-place, 
it tends to turn everything into a 
! market-place. Art Is commercial- 
1 ized; so is education, so are ath- 
\ letics. politics, sometimes religion. 
If the reader thinks this is exag- 
! gerated. let him look around during 
i this month and see some every- 
! day samples of how reunion is 
i commercialized in 'America. We 
| are approaching the joyful Chris- 
» ti.m festival of Easter. How many 
[ thousands of people In our land 
I are planning to make money out 

I of It" 



THERE'S A 
MOUNTAIN o£ STRENGTH 




Mount Lassen in northern California 
towers majestically heavenward, its im- 
mense sire a tremendous sight to man. It 
has long been considered an inactive vol- 
cano, yet it maintains an active warmth 
in its depth that is shared with lakes and 
springs at its base. 

Somehow it reminds you of the tower- 
ing strength of Christianity. Christianity, 
like Mount Lassen, is visible to all in its 
vicinity. It is a mountain of strength, with 
endless opportunities for exploring its 
mysteries. 

Christianity imparts warmth to all who 
approach it. From its depths there spring 
rivers of living water to quench the thirst 
of your soul. And though each person 
touching this mountain should take away 
with him all he could carry to scatter 
through the world, yet its bulk will not 
diminish. ~ 

Gaze upon that Christianity that is like 
a huge mountain. He warmed, refreshed. 
and strengthened through fellowship and 
worship each Sunday at Church. 




THE CHUBCH FOB ALL . . . 

AU rOH THE CHUBCH 

Th» CWch t» tna 9 t»<,i»,t »„£. 
*» on aarth fc* lh# tu,l.l.n a of 
chouciw and aood eiruan.hip |, 
w a MMl .%. ■ | ,;,,.. , „ „ ]:u ., 
W.thou! a , . , :th B#lth#r 

d e mo cr acy no. n»ili»oi«i con 

•unr.te That. „:. |o_ .ou^ 
r«»on. wh, „. rr fmrton lhouk) 

I »-■'• •■ rag Harry ar.d iul- 

i- M 'ha Chute* Thay or* (|) 

• • own !«*• «., fo, h.« 

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w h.. community ... (4 , 

r« ih. tok* oi tk, 

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This Entire Church Notice Is Sponsored by the Following 
Business Concerns of This Section: 



WALTON LUMBER COMPANY 

Phone 19 Wolton, Ky. 

PHOENIX RESTAURANT 



WALTON GARAGE 

Phone 40 Chrysler & Plymouth 

R. C. DURR, General Contractor 



"The Home of Good Food' 



Wolton, Ky 



FLeefv»ood 7-384 1 



Nichol»on, Ky 



RYAN HARDWARE & DRY GOODS 



Phone 99 



Wolton, Ky. 



LIPSCOMB FARM SUPPLY 

Phone 100 Wolton, Ky. 

BRAKEFIELD DRUG STORE 

Phone 63 Wolton, Ky. 

WALTON FOOD MARKET 



Fine Foods 



Wolton, Ky 



CONSOLIDATED TELEPHONE CO. 

Florence, Kentucky 

DIXIE CHEVROLET SALES 



Phone 95 



Wolton, Ky. 



LOSEY'S GARAGE Cr GROCERY 

Open Dolly - South Wolton - Phone 529 

BANK OF INDEPENDENCE 

Independence, Kentucky 



B-M SALES & SERVICE 



Phone 38 



Wolton, Ky. 



ST. CLAIR SERVICE STATION 



Texoco Gas, OH & Tires 



Walton, Ky. 



WEBSTER RADIO SERVICE 

Rodlo-Televlslon Soles-Service Wolton, Ky. 

READNOUR COAL b FEED 

Phone 154 Walton, Ky. 

HAGEDORN'S MAYTAG SERVICE 

856 Dixie Hi'woy, Erlonger, Ky. Dixie 1 -5233 

dse* 



DAN ROBERTS, INSURANCE 

Phone 66 North Main St., Wolton 

FLORENCE DEPOSIT BANK 

Florence, Kentucky — 

CONRAD HARDWARE 

Phone 23 Wolton, Ky. 

A. M. LINTON, BARBER 

Wolton, Kentucky 

BI-COUNTY FARM BUREAU 

ATlantlc 3-2112 Devon, Ky. 

DEMOISEY GAS COMPANY 

Phone 1372 Walton, Ky. 

MODEL FOOD STORE 

Phone 21 Walton, Ky. 

ARTISTIC DRY CLEANERS 

Phone 144 ' Wolton, Ky. 

9 

STURGEON ELECTRIC SERVICE 

Phone 184 Wolton, Ky. 



HALL Electric & Appliance Service 

Phone 187 Walton, Ky. 

DIXIE STATE BANK 

Walton, Kentucky 

REL C. WAYMAN & SONS 

Reol Estote & Auctioneers Cov. HE 1-5107 



BUTLER'S FARM EQUIPMENT 

FLeetw%odj»$fc>8 1 Nicholson, Ky. 



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OAK RIDGE 



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-.. rvii I in mnrT, I H II ry. The 

< li frii trvii ■ m Oak Ridge *. 

Inti rrupti .i but mony n i li n1 . w»re 

v> " .' ' : ; h ncs all day Sotur.t . 

Mi I I i legerj and daughter, Mor- 

llyn, viwted friends in Shelbyville, Ky , 

• u.iry 22. 



LAWSON'S 
FIX-IT SHOP 

Richardson Road 
Off U. S. 25 of Devon 

I '.' rVl ■ 

Phone AT 3 3268 



An old WOrdrob* Chett ll urgently 
ties Auxiliary ( f Ihl 
I i Mill I i" i >e partm * nt 
li , In . gathi i i i thing, whii h thi , 
qi ! r, , in in order to hove it n od> t 
|jvi ' wh i hi mi 1 burn At 

rjl tin y da 501 dove a su 
ploi el this cl thing They' would 

ite it if someone »> 

I wardrobe m mid d; | oti II I them 

if you have ''lie, wouffr v '' pleo* i ill 

Mr-, I is Ryan ol FLeetwi I / 58 1 4 

je for someone to 

pi \ it up. 

Mr and Mrs Warren Dorman ond 
))hnny, of Shelbyville, spent the 
nd with his par. nfS, Mr and Mr', 

O J Dorman ol Lipscomb Rood Whiii 
rhey wi r. visiting, Warren and his bi itl 

i r Judd, laid O beautiful pinll and gri y 

rubbei Mil floor in theii I i I >• rtrudi 

room. Geti I since 

suffi ring on ottack of | threi 

ago Hei relotivi . and friend I 

built a beautiful room for her with cei 

: hath so she w ; . 

t.nuing her 
■ i |ii s with tl ' Mi , 

,■. ■■ ■ i • her, and shi 

Mill graduate f " 



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Mr RuSSI II Yatl S to-ti d tO wort- 

in thi • I ■ fhi \eU i hi me com 

! ; t «i . - nd jikes her }ol 
much. 

H. R. Hutcl I I comb I ad, i 

a patu nt in Booth Hospital, where h. 
underwent en opejoHen en his l>n<.'e last 
Wi din ■ day. 

MlSS Kathryn Maus is a patient of St 

Elizabeth Hospital, where she underwent 
a vi ,i , eri operation lost ■ ek. We 
on hopt y to report she is improving. 

Rayhurn Cooper is a patient at St 
Elizabeth Hosital as a result of on out 

i I. nt on Taylor Mill Pike, Friday 
He has many stitches in his fore 
1 I ond knee but he is improving. 

Mrs John Fogel is confined to her 

home with high blood 

Corl "Budd," I mlin, son of Mr. ond 
I u |i ni 1 .mlm of Lipscomb Road, is 
home tor spring vocation, Corl is a |ui 
1 l Ql I . ' ' University, Waco, Texas. 
Jam. . I i, , o graduate of Simon Ken 
i n Hi |h ',< ho I ii I i ' irmer residi i I 
this community, Is now a senior at thi 
University I Florida James has beei 
medical schools and 
' I t . i or ijl in the M 
l' tl University f Florida, nexi 

• I light A's in he 

t"ur yrnrs a t th» Un i ver si ty ond is o 



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m, ml., r of Hie Gal n Land 

k*' Bat jave a baby showrr 

if her I Mill Pike, I rl !■.. 

■ vi on, , m i, ,., n of her daughti r ii 
low '.' romn • Ither guests 

nt v.... m. lomes James '.tephens 
Paul Bn wi H mi r Harris William T m 
Im, Gen,. Piper, Phillip King, Sonnn 
Hubert King 1 in *>„ ,nn»> n m . 



; Land Bank loans 

•\ N t. . . •■ ■ lands out 

• ' .ages — 

• Low interest rate — still only 4°o. 

• Long term — up to 40 years to repay. 

• Farmer owned and controlled. 

• Dividends. 

• Prepayments gladly accepted without penalty. 

• Purposes now include almost any farm need. 

• Amount of Ian may run from a few hundred dollars to 
as much as $200,000.00. 

• Part-time farmers may now borrow. 

• Convenient local service. 

• No appraisal fee or application fee. 

— Owned by Farmers for Farmers — 

Writi 

CARL SHERIFF, SECY-TREAS. 

NORTHERN KENTUCKY NFLA 

Box 86 Phone TAylor 4-2861 

Williamstown, Kentucky 

In Burlingtoi I irder Building Each 

lay jV ■ ■ , ■ ■ ii C >nv< nience. 



izemon Leonard Men! h >us I 
Sizcmore, Lmdo Gl ■ Eunice WH 

nly have a lot of morbid 
All day Saturday ond Sunday 
was . teody IT< am i t [>eopli 
cming to ... thi twi wrecked cars that 
wen in. Ived in thi total accident, 
Fnday night, in front of Bill's Snacl. 
Tayloi Mill Pike, in which Rose 
Clifford was killed. We recoil the large 
*no come for several 
' • thi COt In vdiich two young 
" • wi killed last fall when they fail 
ed t make rh« curw in front of Taylor 
Mill Inn and ran into a large stone sign 
p st What is there about a fatal acci- 
dent that attracks so mony peopli ? 

It is ot>< xjt time people realized that 
TaylorMill Pike is not a speedway. Be 
cause Ook Ridge is a heavily populated 
ond congested area there is a 35-mile 
I ' ' obout a mile eoch 

Hon of Lipscomb Rd 
This area, is plainly marked with rood 
signs and 35 m p h signs. If people 
would ■ ervi these signs we' would not 
■ many fatol accidents 
The Taylor Mill Life Squad is kept 
busy every weekend responding to auto- 
mobile accident calls, most of which ore 
coused by excessive speed People don't 
have to crawl olong at 20 to 25 m. p. h 
on o highway They ore as much of a 
menace os the ones who go 70 m p h 
But • w 'v drhn r sh u! 1 keep his car 
' 1 at all times 



1 list are improving 

Mi J A Ki i ney is at tl | no of her 

Ml I Alma and Mary St.. 

at Independence L M Ducrr Is home 
,r ' ,rn ,l ' h pitol but Is still not able 
fo be about. 

We ore sorry to report Paul Damon 
'• II on the Jiorch of his h'mc one eve- 
ning the past week, and has o very bad 
in his onkle He is doing as wi II 
as can be expected Mr. Damon has 
Sadly hit with sickness the past 
• ars 
Harry Recs is slowly improving at his 

I Taylor Mill Rood. 
We were glad to see our Sunday 
|i wing bock I i l.< tter attend- 
ance. There have been so many ab- 
ent on account of so much sickness. 

Mr ond Mrs Geo. Finnell ond child- 

o n were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harry 

Sunday. 

' Giles of Lexington spent the 

nd with his father and sister of 

Mr and Mr, H .ward Barnett enter- 
fiyet from Mt. Sterl ing, Ky , 



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IN COVINGTON 

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623-625 Madison Avenue 
Open Sunday, 6 o. m. to 8 p m 



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Southern States makes you this extraordinary guaran- 
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in full for every one you lose. This (guarantee applies 
to the first six weeks of life and covers all chicks fed 
on Southern States Stinting & Crowing Mash with 
eoccidiostat. 

Southern States can make this remarkable guarantee 
because of over 30 years experience and know-how in 
producing top quality Open Formula feeds. Starting 
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healthy, vigorous chicks that live and develop into 
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3124 Madison Ave. HE 1-2222 

COVINGTON, KY. 



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HIGH SCHOOL COURT 



WALTON, KENTUCKY 



YOUR SOUTHERN STATES COOPERATIVE SERVICE AGENCY 



The Right Broker . 

Choosing the right broker when 
you're planning to sell or buy a 
house can spell the difference bc- 
tween unnecessary delay and dis- 
apointmcnt, loss of money, ond a 
satisfactory deal. 

—FOR SALE- 
WALTON-— On Alta Vista Drive- 
modern 4 room- house; $8,200. 

WALTON — 4 room house, mod- 
ern, priced right! 

BEAVER ROAD — 5 room house, 
bath, .4 acre tobacco base. 
WALTON — Six rooms, modern, in 
top cqnditi n; rental possibilities. 
$10,500. 

—SEE— 

gayle Mcelroy 

43 So. Main Street 
WALTON, KENTUCKY 

Phone 1852 

— Representing — 

Austin Mann Realty Co. 

Dixie Highway at Underpass 
ERLANGER, KENTUCKY 

Phone Dixie 1-5555 



post week. 
Mr and Mrs Bill Binder and fam- 
r wei f Mrs? B nd.. r's parents, 

Mr and Mrs. Ralph Howar, Sunday. 

'rom the r.. ,) ottend- 

'• tlioll games ot Simon Kenton 
I, Friday and Saturday nights. I 
Mr and V • lined ' 

on Sundoy with a turkey dinner in honor 

'Mi nd M • [ s . . f ■ 

Among tl -,. I ». re Mr. and 

W^nfnrd Riley and little dbughter 

f Lexington, Charles Riley of Richard- 

■ Pike, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Honna, Mr. 

Wayne Riley, ond Jeffry and 

- Parson. 

Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Losey called on 

'. nts, Sunday evening. 




rrtttS IsTECONOMY )slEFF/C/£W 



1955 CHEVROLET Sport Coupe 
1952 CHEV. 4-Door 1950 CHEV. 4-Door 

1950 CHEV. 2-Door 1952 PLYM. 2-Door 

1951 PLYM. 2-Door 1950 PLYM. 4-Door 

1954 CHEVROLET 4-Door Bel Air 

1953 CHEVROLET 4-Door Bel Air 

1951 FORD V-8 2-Door 1951 FORD V-8 2 Door 

1950 FORD "6" 2-Door 1949 PACKARD 4-Door 

1948 PACKARD 4-Door 1950 NASH 4-Door 

1953 CHEVROLET 4-Door "210" 

1949 NASH 4-Door 1951 FORD Dump 
1951 CHEVROLET 1-Ton, dual wheel 

1953 CHEVROLET ! 2 -Ton Pickup 

Dixie Chevrolet Sales 



Walton, Ky. 



Phone 95 

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SPECIAL 



Every Friday during Lent, buy ONE 
Fish Sandwich and get ONE FREE. 
Also serving Chicken, Jack Salmon, 
ond Beer . . . bring the family in for 
a treat. 

TELEPHONE WALTON 1269 

Wayside Plaza 

U. S. Highway 42 at Beaver Lick 




DeKalb Seed Corn 
DeKalb Chickens 



DUNCAN'S QUALITY 
TOBACCO SEED 

"There's No Substitute for Quality" 

— see 

JOE NEUMEISTER ROBERTS INSURANCE 

U- S. Hi'way 25, Walton, Ky. Phone Walton 663 




When The Crash 

Comes — Be 

Protected 

I^S^^Atutual Jnauranom 
^^ Company 

J. B. JOHNSON 

AGENT 
PHONE 112 - WALTON, KY. 



A & D ELECTRIC 

WIRING OF ALL KINDS 

CARL ALEXANDER & TONY DEMPSEY 



WALTON, KY. 



PHONE 273 



COAL-FEED 



COAL ii 

4 

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Fyre-Go Block and 
Marne Premium Stoker 

'It's Not The Cost Per Ton— But the Cost Per Season' 

We Also Have A Complete Line of Tuxedo Feeds 

Colston -Speagle Coal 



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PHONE 1152 



WALTON, KY. 



Erlanger Car Sales 



"Always 50-Car Selection 



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1954 FORD V-8 $895 



2-fone — sharp 



1952 CHEV. Club Coupe .. $695 



radio, heater, Powerglide 



1950 CHEV. Club Coupe . $395 



soo this one 



1953 BUICK Super: $1195 



tadio heater, Dynaflow 



1950 CHEVrBel Air $495 



radio, heater — rcn\ nice 



1953 CHEV. 2-Door $795 

radio, heater 

1951 FORD Custom $495 

4-door V-8, radio 

1950 PLYM. Deluxe $395 

4-Door— ^-not a scratch 

1951 OLDS 88 Holiday ... $795 

radio, heater — sharp 

1952 NASH Rambler 695 

Hardtop 



- 6400 Dixie Highway - 

OPfcN 9:00 to 9:00 CORNER OF DIXIE & KENTABOO PHQ^ftl 1-7830 



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Independence Homemakers 'bOONE COUNTY BIRTHS 



The Ind H ifnemoker* Clui- 

mct t th< ■ • ' Mrs Ajr.m Neiri 
hauv McMillan. Drive, for the February 
meeting Mrs Geo Snelson gave a re- 
in Form ond Homo Week in Lev 
ington Mrs Charles Davis gave de- 
votional, Isioh 5:5, including a poem, 
"Things Money Can't Buy." Slides »i re 
shown on safe driving. Mrs. Logan Way- 
man gave the garden lesson. 

Responding to roll call were Mes- 
dames Cleo Snelson, Logan Wayman 
Frank Cox Herbi rl Wirt William H 
Dan Hacker, Walter Moser, John Leslie, 
Fanm^ i Summey, J. C. Ri j 

and Aaron Nemhaus. A new member 
was welcomed, Mrs. Edna Vogclpohl. 

The March meeting will be held at the 
home of Mrs. Chorles Davis. 




RAY HALL 

Manufacturing Optician 

Doctor's Opticol Prescriptions 

Accurately Filled. Broken 

Lenses Reploced. Expert 

Optical Repairing. 

122 Pike St., Covington 

HEmlock 1-1992 



• wing G one county births 
have been releosi I i\ the Health De- 

portnii • 

Beach Bobbv anil Joyce Walton 

• rV chael January 21 . 
Dav, Raymond and Mila Tavlorsport, 
girl Sheila Lorrc i J nuory 29. 

■ . William cn.j Edna Florence, 
Pol '• lory 31. 

I t and Agnes, Verono, 

bov, William Montell, January 29. 

.'. iam and Patricia, Flor- 
V re Francis Februor> 9 
m . and Geneva, Constance. 
I \ I :-'\ Fori February 2. 

m and H t len, Burlin 
1 ruary 7. 

ne Purling- 
rl Karen A'. .. I el r u j r \ 9 
v • Goble and Arleno, Flor- 

Wiiliam Clayton January 31 
V. I -once 

ruory 4. 

Staffordsburg Homemakers 

A -, o ' ' ' rv, ni d the meet 

• ■• rdsburg Homemakers 

uory. Mrs Bluch Rich, 
■ • 
gram was heard: Mrs. Bevd Gui- 
lt tt read the dt -v tional, Mrs. Ki 

• I the club with a reading from 

rs Digest, and Mrs L J, Rapp de- 

. ■ • jardtn K ■ ; the can of 

miuI pex) . Jrviuch are again 

an outstanding garden flower. A date 

making of lamps, at the 

of Mrs. Bluch Rich. Members who 
attended the recent convention, gave 
highlights of their visit and of the folks 
A "white elephant" sale was held in 
the afternoon and netted the club over 
540.00, which will be used by the club 



for charitable work whn.h is Carried on 
during the yi 

Two vi itors were welcomed, Mrs 
Chester Rapp and Mrs Bessie Schr< 

ft 

stratum agent M, rv wenrig roll 

call were Mesdames I *T" Rich J, C. 
Beoll Denver Binder Thomas Byrnes, 
L. M, Deuser H L Faulkner, Clinton 
Henry Chester Mill I A Keervev 
Millet Ri y Poyrv I uch Rich 

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Klein, L. J. Rapp, Boyd fullett, and 
Emil Sti in 

Beechgrove Homemakers 

' ' " Club 

held its I . I ruary m< i tii I h mi 

of Mrs L P Lei with Mis 
F mm Nim ti . n mi m 

with bun 

iti TV sh w Reading chairman !■ 

orticlt ior> 2 I w 

date set foi lessons in ad e d\ ( fating, 

; which ...._. uS S t |, j|,, r 

»ith M hodlei idet The 

. ■ n by Mr 5 Frank Atti i 
kirk 



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and Appliance 



FLORENCE 



U.S. 42 & 25 



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KENTUCKY 



Best Equipped Shop In Northern Kentucky 

"Is Your Picture Tube Bad!" 

DONT REPLACE IT TIL YOU SEE US 

We Can Repair Your Old Tube at 
Less Than A Third of A New One! 



Picture Tube Repair - Flor. AT 3-3111 

Work Guaranteed! Shop Where Parking Is No Problem 



Ryland Homemakers Meet 

Rv land Hon led at the 

• V' W B Ba"'. * r H 
ular F ( t ruary meeting with Mrs Fv. 
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'.'• .'. • chwoll pri • t the 

and Mrs John 1% > ... tnc 

highhg' rs f 1 m tt i Farm and Homi pi 
gram, which tb. . (tend 
rwelvi membei 01 wi red n II call by 
I 9 lv iI?CJ their fev rite 1 
[ programs. Mrs. He Id Word 
chairman gave the scripture reading the 
| 55fh chapter of Isiah, and a pen m Th. 
Things That Money Cannot Buv ." Mrs 
■ .'. •• . 

j lesson, which w - rig an,j 

enioyed by all. The " • w 

in the making of lamps, '.' 

and Mrs Harold W '.' 

Zelma Byerly h imi nstration agt , 

'was present ond govi 'ts on 

j Farm and Home V, 

Members present V W P 

' Schwall G A Dam n John A Rich. 
i W Ward Evert .'. • J hn 
Olivei •"• m Bagby V. 

-i.B. Barnes • Casson J W Law- 

son, and Miss Ruth Schmidt Goes' 
Miss Zelma Byerly Mrs Harry Caldwell, 
'.' ;rvin Gee. x 



Farmers' Social Security 

'Many Northern Kentucky farn 
have already bi. d tax returns foi the 

I Ware 
Social '.x.unty Administrol n direct • in 
I ti day rhu yeai ' i 
first time th< v have | 
■ ■ • ■ - foi .1 •> ial •■, i ui it> 
te< tii n. he added Mr 
si/, d that ail farmers wh m 1 1 

in ! 9! t f ile 

thi i i turn i > April 15 

• . i lums and . . I ■ 

• lined fi <n the Di ti I 

' | • Internal l\- wnue K v 

Wr i te youi 1 1 ' . 
ti Blvd., 

, th< I . n hts i ■. 

fomilu S Un ' ' i ' ■ 

not • • - '■ ' f that tan re 

April 15 

Burlington Road Homemakers 

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1 rm c."J Homi .'■ - t Le« 

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NOW WE BRING THE 
MILL TO THE FARM 

No Hauling To Distant Grinders. This Mobile 
Feed Mill Comes Right To Your FARM! 



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You Can Have Better Feed Made From 
Your Grains On Your Farm. 



T ■ Mai f mi ef ing- w • • . < m the 
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TRY OUR "ADVERTISER ADS" FIRST' 



FOR SALE 



5-ROOM HOUSE, bath, hard* 
floors, inlaid linoleum in kitchen 
and dinette, full basement, new 
Williamson oil furnace, newly de< 
orated inside, all Rusco aluminum 
windows and doors, house on lot 
50'xl40', extra lot goes with the 
> ise 77'x 140'.' located *i .1 , | •> 
Ave , Dry Ridge, Ky. Price $8500 

PHONE TAYLOR 4-7102 





MASTER FRAMING RULE 



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Ryan Hardware Cr Dry Goods 

Walton, Kentucky 




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corn 

• . -■'firii'ntly 

• . . if locol g< 

AT LESS COST TO YOU' 

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I minerals 01 

...:■: • kind of 

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Make Your Grinding Mixing 
Date Today! 

This Mobile Feed Mill Will Be In the Following 

Localities Monday and Tuesday 

GARDNERSVILLE, MORNING VIEW, 

DEMOSSVILLE, FISKBURG & PINER. 

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J. H. FEDDERS, INC. 

16th & Russell Sts., Covington, Ky. Phone HE 1 2622 



For A Limited Time Only. . . 



SAVE 

$ 40- 




On This 
Big 



AlKimrtfW 54 "Cabinet Sink! 






ALL THESE BONUS FEATURES INCLUDED AT NO EXTRA COST I 

• } Extra Bonu* Features! (1) 

1 J-in. Slide-Top Metal bread 

Box! (2) Big Drain Basket! 

(3) Hardwood Cutting 

/"""Board! 

\* Sink is gleaming white, all 
N^teel . . . seamless one-piece 



• 15% larger sink bowl 



handy cru»b-ewp strainer! 

• Beautiful twin drainboardf 
. . . plenty of handy work 
space! 

• Swing-spout faucet . . . finger- 
tip control! 

• Smooth rounded contours for 
easy cleaning! 



COME IN AND SEE IT TODAY! 



Regular Price 

$149.95 

Now Only 

$109?? 

As Low As 

$2 weekly 



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LES WAGNER 

p. 

Phone FL 7-4731 Indepedence, Ky. 



This Season Use 

DOWFUME MC-2 

on your 

Tobacco Plant Beds 

Why spend tiring, costly days burning? In a matter of hours you can apply Dow- 
fume MC-2 to your soil. In a matter of 48 hours after treatment, the soil is free 
from insects and weeds — ready for planting. Dowfume MC 2 penetrates the soil to 
the depth you till — not just the top 3 or 4"inchcs. Weed and insect control is fast, 



sure and uniform — it costs as little as 



$8.40 per bed 

after your initial cost of the plastic cover. 



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Blue Grass Tobacco Cotton 

9 and 12-Foot Sizes 

Tobacco Seed . . . Rickard. Bird and Stokes 



Spring Cleaning Needs 

Wallpaper - Paste - Rex Wall Size and Sealer Brushes - Paste and Paint - Stcplad- 
ders - Extension Ladders - Mop Buckets - Mops - Sherwin-Williams Super Kern-Tone 




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See "Ab" 
or "Cliff" 



Hours— 7:30 to 6:00; Friday, 7:30 to 8:00; Saturday 'til 9:00. 



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ADDITIONAL— 



Want Ads 



SAVI WORI CASH ON AUTO II 
AN! I with STA ri FARM ru - 
lul 

». . V -it I urlin (ton, Hi 
Union V, ■ t r wnti Ry|, I .., 
• ■ mk>» K> JO 7-4141. 



Page Seven 



Al I I ui 10 | - 1 ! n miU 

lollon 

WQtl I | mill, r i p|oy» 

All., it Mortii An. trong I iod I 

rwood 7-254< 1 1 v • 

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! 1 I II a; .1 i . | t with th, 

' ■ * • frhakei ond ( oil 

per. You it $26 50 

1 " m Supply 

irt, Wall r tf 



SAWS - AM Kinds 

Sharpened, Retoothcd, Set 

By Machinrry 

— Cabinet Work — 

► ■ • 

Welding, Cutting, Broting 

STANLEY'S REPAIR SHOP 

I o> oti I witl 
Brdingrr A»c Walton, Ky 



MEAT WITH THE SECOND SUN • 

.nty Coal Cu Trrms cash 

lump $14 ?5, Kenton egg 
$1 • JI5 25 

hauling Jm Kunkel owner, Nichol- 
Ky. FL 7-671 1. tl 

■H 1 1 ■ . ' ' • ng ond 

. . , , i . • | | . 

.|it< h< •■ uf all kind I '■' 

Ky FL 7-27^8 8t 8* 

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net prof 1 1 I roximal 

i. ■ t ■). jik air-curi It 

inty Livi rock A 1 . 

.... ml • > hip < .f 104 

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Saturday, March 3 

—10 A. M. FAST TIME— 

At the Finlcy Hubbard farm, 9 miles West of Dry Ridge, 
Grant County, Ky., on the Warsaw Pike — look for signs. 

• ■ • |uit forming I will, on thr 

the I *ing | ■ ■ ite auction 

I potato •• items 

■.■ I wood ronge, nem 

I i". nti rv .1 



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I ARM IMPLEMENT', li.tt -rnoti -n o l "C" HljU h m rwrrHrnt- crmdit imi^. 
• . Mum plo» * n wi ( 

. . . 4 ■ horrow, ti 

lition, Int iwn mower 

ii»d only 2 ) "• ' "" mower, 2 one horse 

.•, ., , » 2 new Rastin pi m horv .frown disc harrow, 

I, used one year, 2 new 

... . • Is, 4-ft. eocl od set of 

...■■•*■ • Imes, hoes, 

• . . ■ ... ..•<■•, i' t ',.( steel drums, tobacco 

.. ■ • ng, used -one y :rt.<'i1 wire, 

. ., ■ • . •■ • wide and 7' high, lot of hand 

HA- ■.■■•.. f good, dry straw lot ' . mixed baled 

• . . • • 

LIVESTOCK & I ' ■' ' '''{J 1 "- Imer'. 

I on t m 8 
) extra good • * to colva m W 

red 18-m ntl Id Herel 
I pwi . ) ond 4 yeoi I, now hove 63 lombs, 
fine flock ot si I thy I wool, 

thr kind that '« ■ • . ' ""■ ' m * ' ' -'"d ^'d m lots-, 

* * duction 

Terms Cash Lunch On Grounds 

FINLEY HUBBARD, OWNER 

PHONE TAYLOR I Williamstownl 4-2463 

ndu h .1 By 

S. R ECKLER REALTY & AUCTION COMPANY 

Dry Ridge, Kentucky Phone: Office, TA 4-6581, Residence, TA 4-8146 

R ECKLER, AUCTION!: 



Ready Mixed || 
Concrete v> 



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RIGHT 

TO THE 

SITE 



POURING A FOUNDATION' ROAD? FLOOR? 
HAVE US DELIVER CONCRETE, READY- 
MIXED TO YOUR SPECIFICATIONS— RIGHT 
TO THE SITE. SAVE TIME, MONEY, 

Coo-Par Quality Concrete 

RICHWOOD ROAD, WALTON. KY 

WALTON 64 IX 



Snow King and Queen of '56 



; I I Won roe County Homemakers Ad- 
visory Council voted that each club con- 
tribute $10 to /the county bookmobile, 
making a total of $100. 



In Bath county, 407 women are en- 
rolled in homemakers clubs, and 914 
.4-H club boys and girls in agriculture 
and home economics projects. 






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The Moth ( • High 

• • 
« Queei .'• ■ Barm • i King, 

Bob I rful ceremoi 

January 6 The Queen, in her beautiful 
attire, on^'. ■ • , handsomely dress 

ippeared on.) were escorted around 
the gymnasium t the triumphant strains 
band w that every ne could see 
the royal pair. The Queen's chariot was 
guided by Richard Marquette and Mar- 
vin Dunn Atti nding the King and 

n wit tw > beautiful TFtvrw-gTrrls, 
Dime Bort.i-nck and Donna Lancaster. 
While the coronation party odvancrd to 
the center of the floor, dolls and elfs 
wi '■ giving out candy to the children. 

'• •• come the big moment, the crown- 



ing I the King and Queen. Barbaro Rust 
placi -d the artistic crown upon the King's 
Alfred Damon, president of 
the Moth Club, crowned the lovely 
Qui • n The trumpets sounded and the 
royol party moved slowly out of the 
gym leaving behind an air of stately 
elegance. 

Fallowing the ballgamc, the King and 
n reigned over the dance, sponsored 
t>y ti e Y-Teens. The Math Club and the 
Y-Teens owe the success of the evening 
to their wonderful leader, Miss Elmo 
Toy! r. 

Pictured above, from left to right, are 
Bob Carlisle, King; Wanda Barnes, the 
Queen, and Donna Lancaster, an attend- 
ant. 



We give 

SPECIALS Top Value : 

THIS * tomp ^ I 
WEEK! WmJi 

Ladies' Baby Doll Pajamas $2.69 5 

Ladies' Cotton Gowns $2.69 [ 

Men's Long Sleeve Sport Shirts $1.79 [ 

"Fruit of the Loom" YARD GOODS yd. 49c J 

Children's & Ladies' SLEEVELESS BLOUSES $1.00 ■ 

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LADIES' HOSE, first quality $1.00 and $1.39 J 

"FRUIT OFTHE LOOM" UNDERWEAR 

Shorts 69c each or 3 for $2.05 

Tee-Shirts 69c each or 3 for $2.05 

LADIES' LINEN SKIRTS $3.98 

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COMPLETE LINE OF "KEYS" WORK CLOTHES 

— Use Our La>-Away Plan for Your Easte r Needs — 

BENTON-BONAR DEPARTMENT STORE [ 

North Main Street at High School Court Walton, Ky. 



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How many of these good friends 
of yours can you name? 





SOUTHERN 

too«o 





JUST FOR FUN. jot down on this page 
the names of the freight cars pictured 
hue thai you recognize. Only ten types are 
shown — but we have more. Why so many? 
Because the railroads carry anything, any- 
time, anywhere. So our equipment is 
"t allot made id handle all kinds of ship- 
ments m the best, most efficient manner. 

Wherever you li\c in the South, freight 
cars like these are mighty good friends of 
yours. There's hardl) a thing that's made or 
used that doesn't involve rail transportation 
Somewhere along the way. In fact, railroads 
are often the only carrier equipped and 
geared to do the job. 

Today the Southern operates some of the 
fastest regularly si heduled freight service in 
America, fo our fleet of 50,700 height cars 
are now being added 1,200 new-type "easy 
ride" steel box ears. costing S10 million. And 
we are ordering 1,500 mote steel hopper 
coal cars costing an additional i>10 million. 

We arc growing with the growing South, 
with modern equipmentand ever-improving 
service. All in the Southland benefit. 






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SOUTHERN 
'AILWAY SYSTEM 



■ ANSWERS: 

I. Flat Car 
2. Box Car _, „ ' 3. 

4. Hopper Car 5 

6 Solid Bottom Gondola Car 7 
8 Automobile Car ° 



Wood Serf* Cor 
Stock Car 
Caboose 
Covered Hopper Car 



1 0. Depressed Flat Car 



WASHINGTON. D. C. 



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WALTON ADVERTISER, WALTON, KENTUCKY 



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SOMZPZOPtf 



. . . can't 
hang on 

to their 
money! 

SMART PEOPLE KNOW 1 HAT 







wcy ii a sawngs account at Roscdale Federc . Savings arc sofe 
and ccrn c generous interest. Open . ivings account today. 

ROSEDALE FEDERAL 

SAVINGS & LOAN ASSOCIATION 



Caroline end Southern Ave., Covington, Ky. 



HEmlock 1-7723 



We give em 
with every i 
purchase 



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Top Value 

stamps for 

Top Value Gifts 




BARTH MOTORS 

Walton, Kentucky 



WHITES TOWER 



lor New*— FL 7 5432 

The lug ho*, crop last year is being 
reflected in the price Recent ads have 
advertised hay as low as 30c per hale 
lor mm it Koy 

Another ha,) Occident on the old 
speedway, Taylor Mill, Friday night, in 
which a teenage girl was killed at Latonia 
Lakes, further emphasizes the fact tha' 
the new cars are so powerful they just 
get away from the drivers. 

Mi l.vly Inn Patsy Brumhack's lit 
tit- pel hoipitol in Ccv - 

lost wiik An autopsy showed 
that the little pet was full of lead pen- 
cils, Christmas ornaments, bottle cops 
and anything else it could reach. A freok 
the end of Melody, who 
• food, Of which 
was giyer an abundance. 
The recent heavy windstorm did lit 
' on\ damage in this vicinity we or 

The past week has been mi at sm I 
ing weather as evidenced_,by the smoke 
cming out of the smot In this 

vicinity, which | ..... " |j 

■■-, hams" will be plentiful thi 
Henry Pitcher and wife have return- 



tn fin vocation In Florida which 
mostly on the jj 

*ei way hi low fheuSUOl ti mpera 

occur- 
past few \ ■ when rha ttm« 
1 ai been abnormal In many 
in. luding ( 

v- '■ 'i I larrell had the misfortune 

. ik h. r ankle one day last w 
Watch t ■ ' the in t beautiful 

wi havi ever had as we have 
ol i.t run 'lit of bed weathir and ore 
' I a break. 

A ,;.-.d attendance ot Amity Paptist 
Sunday, and also at the I 
Chun h act ■ H i treat fi ■■ 
which shows a great r.vivul in 

t. • which has been « . i 
lent fot some time 

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CARD OF THANKS — 

Wi wish to tat • opportunity to 

thank our many relativ. I !s ond 

us -during the death if out 
" i Carl Billy Adams 
We especially want I ur heart- 

felt thank , to Rev I ■ ■ ■ penter for 
*ords ol 

' M McCluri f -r hi - 

;, Parker for th, 

.> • must* Mi-. 1 



June • ■ t», c . beautiful 

the pallbeari i • th e who 

mgny bi dutiful ' - '■ who fift 

pan I food tl who enl 

tlth lun, i 

(k lent monnei in v»h» h tl weri 

tiinkii t, i 

\\ ids cqnni lei the I 

gratitude »,- wish to lo*» I 

Mav h and even 



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His Mothi r, Hdti I Adams 

'.i tl ' . I'.ltty and I 
and Bl thl i I 



TRY OUR "ADVERTISER ADS" FIRSTI 



CHANDLER WILL SPEAK 
AT BASKETBALL DINNER 

Gov. A. I CI indl ' ' 

of Univi rsit> of Kt-nl 
will be I I the UK 

Alumni A ■ bosketl oil 

, t t b. hi Id on ' 

University fudent Un 
ion Building ll I to bi jin ol 

6 30 p m 

A fi ot i" • ram will I 

ntal on of wai ' H II r < e 

Louisvillt, and Bnt> Bun 'w, Wi I- • 



KENTON COUNTY FARMS FOR SALE 

KENTON COUNTY FARM — George Taylor form on Rector Rood, just off 
Moffett Road, 60 acres, 51 tobacco base, new pond, plenty water and 
hay, 7-room house, recent improvements include oil furnace, hardwood 
on three floors and hal., downstairs pointed ond popered, picture win- 
dow, wired for electric range by REA; mostly good land and tractor 
land. This farm belongs to Claude Taylor and his sister. Claude has 
been transferred to Frcnkfort and connot supervise this form. They 
also hove available, adioimng this form, 30 acres without buildings 
fronting on Moffett Road, if the home place of 60 acres is not enough 
for you. 

KENTON COUNTY FARM — The old Mike Beck farm on Moffett Road at 
Oak Island Church; 129 acres is too much fur the present owner, Mr. 
Eli Russell, so he wi'l sell all or part, in 25 to 75 acre plots, with or 
without buildings. Has 5-room house, new bath, insulated doors and 
windows, ten buildings, including large combination barn, ond silo; 
water in barn, long frontoge on Moffett Rood, plenty water and hoy, 
mostly all tractor land. Call me and take a look at this farm. 

CITY, FARM & INVESTMENT PROPERTY 

GEO. C. COODE - HE 1-3302 



FOR QUICK SALE 

JOHN DEERE TRACTORS— DEMONSTRATORS 
Model 40 — Tricycle Tractor 
Model 50 — Tricycle Tractor 

USED EQUIPMENT 

F-14 Farmall Tractor, pull type plow and cultivators 

290 Corn Planter with fertilizer attachment 

Oliver Crawler - Ellis Tobacco Setter 

International Hay Loader - Co-op Tractor Spreader 

Model B Allis Chalmers with side mount mower 
and single bottom plow 

Will take Fresh Cows or Corn for Part Payment 

If you want to trade — see 

HELLMAN IMPLEMENT CO. 

Route 17 Independence, Ky. FLeetwood 7-6031 




Friday, March 9 

1:00 P. M. 

Due to ill health, we are quitting the Store Business, 
and have listed with Col. A. F. Worthington to sell, on 
above date, our entire stock of merchandise, consisting 
of Dry Goods, Canned Goods, Candy, Tobacco, Cigar- 
ettes; also 3 good Milk Cows, will freshen in April; year- 
ling Bull; Farm Implements, Wagon and Bed, Mowing 
Machine, Sled, Bush Siw, "A" Harrow, Disc Harrow, lot 
of Carpenter Tools, small farming tools, Chevrolet l'/i- 
ton truck, some White Rock chickens — this sale will be 
held on the ZION NAPOLEON ROAD, 6' 2 Miles West 
of Mt. Zion, Ky. 

MR. and MRS. ELZIE WEBSTER, Owners 
Auctioneer: (ol. A. F. Worthington 

PHONE WALTON 671 



Call Day or Night 



Madison Pike, 1 Mile from Covington 



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AM. 

at the bank 



where folks 
iake the time 
to be friemHy! 

Dixie State Bank 

- WALTON, KENTUCKY 8 "* 

Member F. D. I. C. Deposits Insured Up to $10,000.00 



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Hurry! Enter Plymouth's huge $150,000 Lucky Motor Number Sweepstakes! 
Just a few days left Don't miss this chance to win a fortune! 



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You can enter with ANY car, 1950 or newer 
... it DOESN'T have to be a Plymouth ! 

It's so easy! Simply go to any Plymouth 
showroom, an'l register the motor num- 
ber of your 1950 or newer model car 
(ANY MAKE) on the FRKE entry Mank. 
That's all there is to it! 

But you mint hurry. Contest closes 
forever on Saturday, March 10. If you'd 
like to win a hig slice of that $150,000, 
you'd better hurry over to a Plymouth 
showroom now. 



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1st PRIZE 

$50,000 

CASH 



2nd PRIZE 

TRIP AROUND THE 

WORLD FOR TWO 

BY AIR. 

PLUS $5,000 



3rd prize- $5,000 
4th prize— $2,500 
5th prize— $1,000 
50 prizes of $500 
75 prizes of $250 
100 prizes of $100 
555 prizes of $50 
785 prizes in all- 
grand total of $150,000 



HURRY! CONTEST CLOSES SATURDAY, MARCH 10 

► Best buy new; better trade-In, too . . . 

the car that't going placet with the Young In Heart 



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Trj magic Pu»h flutlon lh-iving nac ..I nan) Plymouth leaturaa that 

i. tin r Imw-|.ih. i ii . >:i\.- \ . .tj. Vciy'll tun! Plymouth 

hiHK' r and U'll.r in - w n v. n i «£0Ctan *x* in iu field. And youTI 
find Plymouth r * ■ j 1 1 1 y <u*\ in <•«*. ..«.! 



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WALTON ADVERTISER, WALTON, KENTUCKY 



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Rl ^ Ond Mti K, ||y Kl nn. ,|y on ' 

Dwight, were visiting at i 1 • i> mc of 
Vi dhd Mi I iiulay 

Mis Pottle Willi t ifd v» .■ < allji , Ofi 

A/r I telta Broni Ften 

Mr anil Mr, ( urlli C] o( Cin- 

cinnoti, w '•' . H 

'-ituriloy mghl 

Mr on.) Mi .'. n spent 

Sundoy with his brothei lH<-it Wilson, 

orwl Mis Pot Willi I 

Mrs Ais. iha Hoy ■ ' ■ • •( Ihe 

d A r;n I i A mcctinq 

of Compbelliville Frutov, Saturday ond 

I ami s Vv • ' I ' ■ « is call- 

ing on hi, ourit Mi ond Mi, H, D 
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Mrs Martha Hoyden • ng her 

v ' and Mi i i ; • ■ : Robin- 
lew « 



W. ■ thy i i Mr Qrir, Ken- 

md ■'!', LoweHj gnd h«r iwrents, 
Mr ami Mrs C W Salmons, ond other 
relatives in tht possing of theli 
me luonito v , ndall, last Monday at her 
home at t Hi ti m Si itii in 

Mrs Pt'ail Lomn, Li//" N el ond 
Pottle Wollei win calling on M< Grace 
Ri naki i Saturday aft. rn n 

Wi' wen orry to hear ol the i ■ 
f>f Mr Ed W ebs t e r , last *,..'►, near 
Munk We extend sympathy to his mil 
Mrs Mag Webster, and son, Russell, as 
wi II OS Otht I relatives, In '*"■ li M of a 
me 

Mr and Mrs Lloyd Yah , spent Sat- 
urday night and Sunday with l ; brothel 
ond wih 

Ronnie Kennedy or- I I . Sti p 

henson, who have been quite sick, ore 
both on the rood to rccovi ry 

Mr ond Mrs Rus* II Littu !l w, re 
visiting his parents, Mr ond Mr'. L 
! l ii'n ii on Sunday 

Mr and Mrs Jim Lamn were visiting 
■ • *i i . quite ill 



We hod quite a windstorm through 
our vicinity Soturday. Did o lot of 
damage Wi Wtfl thankful it wasn't 
any morse than it was. 



KENTUCKIANS 




For Sale 



Eight room house and lot in north end of Union, Ky., 
lot about 150 feet front on Highway 42 by 180 feet deep, 
about ] 2 acre, house insured for $5,000.00. Selling to 



settle estate. 



(HAS. L CHAMBERS, Administrator 

WALTON, KY., ROUTE 2 PHONE WALTON 706 



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Clean New Car Trade-Ins 

Low, Low Prices! 



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1954 CHEVROLET 2 Door, radio, heater 
1954 FORD ^Ooor,~radto; heater 
1954 PLYMOUTH 2 Door, radio, heater 
1953 CHEVROLET 4 Door, radio, heater, pg 
1953 CHRYSLER 4 Door, radio, heater 
1953 CHRYSLER Hardtop, radio, heater 
1953 MERCURY Hardtop, radio, heater 
1953 CHEVROLET Hardtop, radio, heater 
1953 FORD Convertible, radio, heater 
1953 FORD V 8 2 Door, radio, heater, 2 tone 
1953 PLYMOUTH 2-Door, radio, heater 
1953 PLYMOUTH 4 Door, radio, heater 
1952 CHEVROLET 2 Door, radio, heater 
1952 CHEVROLET 4 Door, radioi, heater 
1952. FORD 2 Door, radio, heater 
1952 FORD 4 Door, radio, heater 
1951 FORD 2 Door, radio, heater 
1951 CHEVROLET 2 Door, radio*hcater 
1951 CHEVROLET 4 Door, radio, heater 
1951 CHEVROLET Coupe, one owner 
1950 CHEVROLET 4 Door, radio, heater 
1950 FORD 4-Door, radio, heater 
1949 FORD 2 Door, radio, heater 

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in WASHINGTON 

By Gil Kinfhury 

Kentuckiom There: 

Kinturky was well represented when 

the Washington radio and televi n cor- 

i . held theif I 2th annual din- 

net t ' fhi Prestdenl Mr Eisenhower, 

on vocation was i I by Vice 

IV. sidl r-t N • 

.. nator 
; • the octivity m 

i Maysvilli s r mtributi ' ti 
. ■ ■ tonley Reed. 

In the Audience: 

Others tnm the Blue Grass state m- 
dudi i Henry Ward of Paducah, CBS 
'-.itwil' 1-' j' . hnny Day, formerly 

of Flemingsburg, NLC Executiv Jul an 

, Goodman, formerly of Glasgow; NBC 
Commentator Morgon Bcatty, product of 
Centre College, and William L Frani, 
formerly of Ashland, now of Ft Mitchell. 
As in the annual custom, the corres- 
pondents hod a gift for Mr. Eisenhower 

I — two gold ploted vegetable dishes for 
the fomily silver service The cost' $109 
each, wholesale The Vice President re- 
ceived a globe of the world. 

Fait Work: 

Kentucky tobacco growers were treat- 
ed to some fast congressional action the 
other day on that bill to restore the 
orrrage cut 

Congressman John Watts g^t the 

House "to approve the restoration of the 

rot without a dissenting vote. Then, 

• 4") minutes' later. Senator Clements 

■ ' • r Barkley got the Senate to 

same thing It's a rare das *' en 

.' th • • . I C n ,■• ' . tol e similar 

■ • ,ich a speedy manner And it 

■ *. I nir hne co ordinoti'-n bi tween 

i, members of the House and 
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for the primory. . . , Some semi-private 
howl, were heard over the re-districting 
bill. . . . and Washington newspapers ore 
commenting on th< up roming senatorial 
roce in Kentucky. Nothing startling, 
howi .1 | 

even pen int of th< 4 1 1 < lul 
membei '*f Hordm county completed 
their | I the past year, 

Ti irtien farmers in Muhlenberg coun- 
1 . planning to prexluce a total of 

al« ut 500,000 broiler chickens this year 
county 4-H'ers received $60.00 
from toking top honors in the regional 
t* i ■ ' . ky I'owcr Company contest 

- A jams and J. Hal Clagett of 
n county are using electric lights 
to ei urage early laying of turkeys. 



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with less fatigue! Noother 
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This and That: — * 

Per. • • • • thi capital included 

Fred Macklin chairman of th. *■ ton 

,■ ty Airport Board. . . . Dr Adron 

• in an.) mi mbrrs of the M' 1 

basketball team. . . . Congressman Brent 

. 1 ing from severely, n|ur- 

. ,1 thumb, . . Kentu • 

' I irbcd over the new date 



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Inter-State Bottle Gas 

Immediate Installation ond 
Prompt Service on Refill. 

"Brown" Gas Stoves 
Gas Hot Water Heaters 

Jansen Hardware 

110 Pike Stf«at 
COVINGTON, KENTUCKY 



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f 854 Dixie Highway Erlanger, Ky. £ 

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[ And for the Price-Wise Buyer [ 
: We Have Bargains Galore! : 



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Rice Specials 

'54 FORD 4-Door; r. & h. $1095 

'54 PONT. 2-Door; r. & h. $1395 

'53 HUDSON 2-Door; r. fir h. $ 595 

'55 PONT. Convertible; save $1300 

'54 MERCURY Hardtop $1495 

'52 BUICK 4-Door Special $ 795 

'52 PLYM. 2-Door; clean , $ 595 

'51 PLYM. 2-Door; r. & h , $ 695 

'53 DODGE 4-Door V-8 $ 895 

'53 PONT. 4-Door; r. & h $ 995 



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COVINGTON. KENTUCKY 



<g The Winner of the New Car Hit Parade! The all new 1956 FORD Mainliner 
jn Special V-8 — unique two-tone paint, magic air heater, turn indicators, special 
J" interior, whitewall tires, tax, tags, interest and insurance — now you pay only 
3| $56.00 per month. 



Our Used Car Specials . Backed By Our Warranty 

1954 FORD V-8 2-Door; blue, radio, heater — $999.00 

1953 FORD V-8 4-Door; two-tone green; a beauty $799.00 

1952 FORD 2-Door; radio, heater, overdrive $699.00 

1951 FORD V-8 2-Door; ready to go ,- $499.00 

1950 FORD V-8 4-Door; radio, heater; nice $399.00 

1947 FORD V-8 2-Door; green $149.00 



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BOB RYLE— DIXIE 1-5768 

ROMER BURNS— DIXIE 1-8900 

JOHN NEWMAN— DIXIE 1-8799 



< 1953 FORD Victoria; radio, heater, 2-tone 

^ blue and white, Fordomatic $1199.00 

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WALTON ADVERTISER, WALTON, KENTUCKY 



Thursday. Man h 1, 1956 



WANT AD SECTION I^W 



Classified Advertising Rotes: 25 cents 

per ad for 25 words, or less; over 

25 words, one cent per word. 

All ads cash in advance. 



FOR SALE - 

FOR SALE — Rickord tobocco seed, ot 
Reodnour Ccal & Feed, 'Walton, Ky. 
Phone 154. tf 

FOR SALE — "MT" John Deere tractor; 
John Deere hay rake; John Deere hay 
baler, wire tie, with Wisconsin motor. 
all equipment in fine condition. Call 
DUpont 4-3443. 4t-7 



FOR SALE — 47-acre form, new 4-room 
house, bath, electric, hot water, lorge 
barn, smoll barn, on school bus line ■ 
creek through farm. Smith and Mor , 
Simpson, owners, Salem Creewk Road ; 
at Railroad Trestle, 3 .4 mile off Ve- 
rona Road. 3t-7* . 



FOR SALE — First cutting alfalfa hay, 70 
cents per bale; second cutting, 90 
cents per bale. Alois Obermeier, In- 
dependence, Route 1 , LLL Highway 

2t-9* 

FOR SALE — Hay and straw FLeetwood 
'7-2564. Call after 6:00 p. m 2t-9* 

FOR SALE — 3 rabbits hutches, cheap. 
Ethelbert Carlisle, FL 7-2461. 2t 9 

FOR SALE — Table-top gas stove, and 
8ft. refrigerator, both for $50 00 
Mrs. Emma Vest AT 3-4763. lt-9 

FOR SALE — Lorge 9-piece dining room 
suite, reasonable. Phone FLeetwood 
7-733Q. lt-9* 



FOR SALE— Hay, first cutting alfal'o 
very reasonable, also small amount 
very good third cutting. Call George 
Bach, FL 7-2536, Meftet Rd. 2t 9* 



FOR SALE — 3 speed record player, only 
one year old. FL 7-2326. 2t 9* 

FOR SALE — Beautiful building lots, on 
blacktop road, corner new Turkey! » ' 
and Richardson Road, Kenton county 
15 minutes drive to city Inquire Mrs 
L Riley, Route 4, Erlanger, Ky. 3t-9* 



FOR SALE— Hay Pussel 
Fleetwood 7-2586. 



Rector 



Phone 
4t-7* 



FOR SALE — Lespedeza 
ed hay, some strow; a 
DUpont 4-3443 



clover ond mix- 
wire tie bales. 
4t-7 



FOR SALE — Alfalfa hoy, baled, first, 
second and third cutting; ear corn. 
Alois Obermeier, Independence, Ky. 
FLeetwood 7-7373. 2t-7* 



FOR SALE —3 Hereford bulls, 2 largc- 
and one small. R. W. Elliott, Fiskburg. 
FL 7-2457. 2t-8* 



FOR SALE — 1947 Buick Super, good 
tires, radio, heatsr, low mileoge, good 
running condition, $170.00. Bill Gib- 
son, Stephenson Mill Read. Walton 
74 IX. 2t-8* 



FOR SALE — Conn alto saxophone, and 
a Norge electric range. Phone FLeet- 
wood 7-2978. 



2t-8 



FOR SALE — Collapsible play pen; Stork- 
line crib; high chair; buggy; gate 
Phone ATlantic 3-5693. 2t-9* 

FOR SALE — Colemon hot water heater 
ond 40-gallon tank, $40.00. Phone 
FLeetwood 7-5291. lt-9 

FOR SALE — Alfalfa and red clover mixed 
hay, first and second cuttings; also 
100 bales oats straw. Call FLeetwood 
7-2216. Russell Hale, Wright Road. 
Walton Ky, Route 1. 2t-9* 

FOR SALE — 2-piece new sectional couch 
and matching chair, special mode, 
$250.00 cosh. Reason for selling 
want early American. Call FLeetwood 
7-2835 after 6:00 p. m. lt-9* 

FOR SALE — 8 acres with .6 acre tobacco 
base 2-family modern house, Locust 
St., Walton, immediate possession; 
7-room house on High St , Walton, 
arranged for 2 families, one square 
off Route 25. Col. A. F. Worthington 
Phone Walton 671. 2f-9 



FOR SALE — Farm of 58 ocres, excellent 
for construction purposes, lays well 
facing new Turkey foot and Richard 
son roads, Kenton county, 5 room 
3-room and 2-room frame I 
outbuildings, large barn, large 'lake 
well, two cM< ms electric telephone 
school bus, milk and bakery r-ute. 
only 1 5 minutes' drive to citv Mr-, 
Lillie Riley, Erlanger Ky , R-4 2t-9* 

ADDITIONAL WANT ADS 

(Continued on Page 7) 



FOR SALE — Soybeans, oats and lespe- 
deza hay. Estill Hudson, Church Street 
Road, Walton. 2t-8* 

FOR SALE — Boston Terrier female pup, 
A.K.C., healthy stock; champion blood 
line. Phone HI 1-8754. 4t-8 

FOR SALE — 6-year-old mule. Price 
Webster, Verona, Ky. 2t-8* 



FOR SALE — Complete set of good lown 
mower sharpening equipment, cheap 
Andy Penn or Lum Teogorden. Phone 
Walton 920. 4t-7 



FOR SALE — O I C white boor hog. John 
Klofz, Station Rood, Independence 
Phone FL 7-481 1. 3t-9 



FOR SALE — Hav, second and third cut 
ting, baled, oil heoter; 2 -cap laundry 
stove; home -rendered lard; one-horse 
jumper; two horse hillside pl.iw A 
C Harrell, Hands Road FLeetwood 
7-7328 lt-9* 

FOR SALE — Cutoff saw fits Ford trac- 
tor, timbers 11 pes 8 xlO'xM, 
Goodwill cooking range, coal, wood 
and bottle gas combination, coal heat 

Maytag wringer, refrigerators ot 
$10, u, wasl "■ all kinds hoy fur- 
niture of oil kinds For Rent, house 
and trailer space John W, Conrad 
67 High St , Wait n Ky lt-9* 



WANTED 



FOR SALE — Rickard tobacco seed, ot 
Reodnour Cool & Feed, Walton, Ky. 
Phone 154. tf 



WANTED — Garde" plowing m Walton 
or Verona J L Messmer. Phone 
Walton 797 2t-9* 



FOR SALE — Well developed breeding oge 
Jersey heifer; registered sire; looks 
good; also one 9 months old; good 
International riding cultivator. Chas. 
L. Chambers, Walton, Ky., Route 2. 
Phone Walton 706. 2t-9 



FOR SALE— Alfalfa hoy, baled, 60c to 
75c per bale; also 100 bushels corn, 
$1.25 bu. Mary E. Ellis, Route 4, 
Box 411, Turkeyfoot Road, Erlanger, 
Ky. 3t-8* 



FOR SALE — Mixed, alfalfa, and timothy 
hay, by bale or ton; also fresh Guern- 
sey cow. H. Wesselman, Pelley Road, 
Independence. FL 7-2915. tf 



FOR SALE — Alfalfa -bcu., first, second 
and third cutting. Phone Wolton 
743X. Mcrthew Flynn lt-9* 



FOR SALE — 1951 Ford tractor with disc 
plows, movicr and set tractor chains 
Harry Chapman, Verona, Ky. Phone 
Walton 813. 2r-9 

FOR SALE — Electric 3-deck chick brood- 
er, 125 capacity, used once. Phone 
FLeetwood 7-2960. Mrs. Ace G 
Klette I*-'* 



FOR SALE— Baled hay, orchord grass 
and red clover mixed; on premises 
Saturday only. O. H. Hopkins, Poole 
Rood, Verona, Ky. 2t-9* 



. T ED — Form vs rk or work of any 
kind to do on my days off. W. 
day, end Thursdays E J hnson, 17 

It 9* 



.'. ■•MED— Painting: 
Call Walton 924. 



inside and 

2t-9 



FOR SALE — Alfalfa, timothy, red clover 
and lespedeza hay, about 2,000 bales. 
Horry Chapman, Verona, Ky. Phone 
Walton 813. 2t-9 



WANTED — Would like to buy a smell, 
antique marble-top table Pha Fl 
7-5291. lt-9 

WANTED Waitr-ss. full time Apply 

in person at Southern Trail, Rest 

rant Fi r, nee Ky between 1 00 and 

11:00 p. m No phone calls tf -9 



MARCH 1st 



WANTED — Junk or old cars; will give 
good price. Phone Walton 82 or 
1642. Hon & Thompson. 2t-8* 

WANTED—lmmediatcly, stud service by 
good brown Cocker Spaniel. Contact 
R. E. Terry at Richwood, on Route 
25 2t-8* 




— SERVICE THAT SATISFIES — 

Tuna In WLW, 12:23; WPFB. 11:4Sj 
WCKY, 12:15; WKBV. 12:30 (EST! 



NORMS BROCK CO. 

CINCINNATI STOCK YARDS 

A Live Wire ond Progressiva Or- 
ganization, second to none. We 
ore strictly sellers on the best all- 
around market in the country. We 
hope you will eventually ship to 
us. Why not now? 

Reference: Ask tha First 
Man You Meet! 



FOR RENT - 



FOR RENT — Six-room, one floor plan 
house, bath, stoker fired hot water 
he ot, garage. DUpont 4-344 3. 4t-7 



FOR RENT — 4-room house on Geek 
Lane. A. C. Roscnstiel, Walton, R-2. 
Phcne Walton 270. 2t-8* 



FOR RENT — 2-room cpartment, r t and 
cold water, large rooms 10 Verona 
Road, Walton. 2t-8* 



FOR RENT — Two rooms, kitchenette ond 
bath; furnshed or unfurnished Call 
JUniper 1-3059, after 6pm 2t 8 



gpBEpy 



FRANK BAKTH 



mow TAB WOULD IT B | K* C»bw" wOOlOM T WALK . MED 
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AMD HAvfc Mii uaSOl'nE OAuot 

AND All. his OtmEW GADGETS 

(.CHECKED AMD PuV im FiRST \' 

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Now is the time to start to w >rk All vihj fellows 
who have been laying around all winter ore eithei 
to work or, the first warm day, go fishing V\ 
v>me fishing fockle every day. I hod three fishermen 
in here today at the some fima— Don Murry Bob Black- 
well and Clay Kerns I was trying tii sell them a power 
lawn mower, but every time they would go bocl I I tha 
I I l txHjght a I. t i t fishing fockle ond di ■ 

a .es eorlv m January tut it has not come in yet 
V\ s sent two telegrams this week and thev promised it 
I • re Saturday We told several fishing licenses Unlay 
— they have the fever already. 

Mr. and Mrs Harvey Hughes wire In — Mrs Hi 
wos CheCkfvg On the interior point she hod heard so 
much about Jelled Mogic paint Mr and \* Edward 
oght a beoutiful Perfection electrK range 
from >••■«•■• —he will install it te>m.»rr.>« Beckham 
, ,i few fhrnrjl and loafing a little 
Monford Crott thought a new o«e ond a set ol chisel 

•ig to use the axe'' Earl Metcalfe 
comi oftei a i t>g hand I Brew rei ond Red 

set up a cool hi fer foi Mr ond Mrs A D Warner at 
Rich»ix>d We hose two used w op — 

$15 and $35 

It s about time to repail I irness ond 

n, » «i have most oil the parts and a '• 

liars I i ... . | ^Qft today 

~arv3 I wonder if T can bus ,!'■» rr- • ■ . Kg 

chain and some single trees today Brewstei went down 
t ) August Tu;, , i tO ' ■ ■ e their I il h. 
sixth trouble getting there on account of high water 
Joe Kennedy bought a hand axe and o wrench He has 
a new upi ' tuick a wry nice » I ordon Phillips 

was getting some new put on h,s dsh rod — he is 

just getting ready in case the weather worms up 

The boys are buying kites which is the first sign of 
spring We have a lot of new plastic rruxjel airplanes 
f fevei shut ins tx>ught me out of model planes 
pnd |ig saw puzzles Now is the time to hove uv lay 
ay>a, . powi ■ lown mower for you You pay ten percent 
■ *• ■ the balance by the week that wav you will 

have it pa i I ' i by the time to mow grass We have 
Mostercut Eclijise and Lawn Boy I believe these ore 
best on the market Mr and Mrs W W 
King bought a 12x15 Armstrong rug ' » 

buying floor- enamel Henry Catlett came oftei s-me 
nails V in Durr was in check " a new 

water cum;' th, , jr.; having SOrTV I 

fi r Glenn |ust came in for 1 
If you use the right size fuse in your .bu 
, ... many dongei I ' '•" ' '•' 

I I were in today getting a few iten 



man stopped to get Mrs Leonard Cook a quart i I I 
Hooi ... ).". i i orem e Vest Iter wood ushirtgi 

tor his disc horrow — we were lucky to have them as 
tn, re i Brewster worked fot 

t.me on Homilt i ■ sink trap there hov< bean 

some fine plumbers oround here it you see the repair 
we gel INRAD ha " ' ' • rhern 

If not, we have some mighty g »^t friends »' 

Wolfi n is in. ► . lot '*' Im fowl to 
tune SO many gi-s) mechanics loa Ricl 

j was ... ■ ' I 

it in that 

range fir Mr ond Mr Edward I Mr. 

■ Mrs Edward I 1 . ,. ' ' 

sell We how sold sew ral "). is t Orongi ! u'g | I d 

til., r 4 inch dram px| 5 on.) 8 foot lengths 

and is ^ery easy to install ond lasts ; lifetime I have 

wr 200 ' ' i" pa.t years. , ^_ 



The Wind sure did t I. w lost night and tixlov 
were not too mony peopli n towi Harvry 

lyai and a con ■ f fruit • is g.. 

ing to sproy his fruit trees Several ran.. 
qIoi - •• . m ut I ■ Wei 

l i i • ... topli I * 

ham d I iirplona hang Mrs Nick I 

■ . * . 
for hoi i ■'■ 
■ ■ • 

mi • t . the bin and gave it to ' 

That is the rrovn I tr, to sell you Dovton pun 
other people call for repairs or d ' • 

what kin,) if (>ump Of wtiere it co^r tr m Mr Mullms 
.Kjt i<r\ Piner Road hod plenty M two big trees 

A i „■ I them Of 'us tenants 

pickup truck - all his l.ghty were H his oil 

furnace wi u! I not run he come in ! r a 'jno'l Pet 
feci • • • .e. os thry hod rv » , • - «• 

Harry Johnson hod several helping him where the wind 
.tamagi LJ ' ■ ••,.■..■)-. 

this for the price is still tups in t>ok ■ . I ■■ » n 

We hovi . ■«) Supply ' wn Seed ■ ' • - is the 

time to SOW it ond y -w «> ' ■ - Mrs 

•• ■ - <n ond 

■ • I bright red truck 

.-.•.• i ■ -ri ond 

• ► of (xjint m these po't me t ■' ■ A ' ■ 

•"•. O C • • Ming 

• ... ~ • 

He said it n I not »ont to 

~ • ■ • • - . - 

|et wal •- ■ » na 

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for Service 



Largo or Smoll 



i See Powers 



CONRAD HARDWARE 

ALL TYPES OF HOUSEHOLD 

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FOR RENT — 5-ri.xjm apartm. ■ | ■ ~ 

' ■ Phom 

FLeetwood 7 3 70' Mrs R A Tur 

■ • ' Bcnkli.ck 2t-9* 



MISCELLANEOUS - 

NOTICE — If you wont be*f I -I call 
Motl I lynn Walt n /4j < after 6 00 

p m. 2t-9* 



NOTICE — Southern Trails Restaurant has 
reopened its private club room to all 
clubs private parties, dinner gi U| 
etc For reservations, call ATlantic 
3-9931 tt 9 



OLD OAK FARM 6ARJ3ER SHOP— J i 
mile East of LLL Highway on I- 
fling Road, Atwood, Ky. Hours Tu. 
day, Wednesday, Thursday, 1 00 to 
8:00 p. m, Friday, 1 00 to 9.00 p. 
m., Saturday, 9:00 a m. to 6 p. m. 
Mornings by appointment. Closed all 
day Monday. Ladies' hair styling 
Clifford Cornelius, proprietor. tf 



PAINTING — First class work, guaran- 
teed; brush or spray, residential or 
commercial. FLeetwood 7 7187. 

25t 5* 



MR. FARMER — Don't forget we take 
FREE soil samples, so you will know 
exactly how much fertilizer and what 
onalysis to use Reodnou Coal & Feed, 
Walton, Ky. Phone 154. tf 



SPECIAL FOR MONTH OF MARCH— 
Instrducing a new Anqel Cold Wove 
Regulor $ 1 00 wave for $8 00. Come- 
in and look like on Angel in your new 
Angel Wave for Easter. A nice tight 
wave, yet it isn't frizzy. Very natural 
looking. Rita's Beauty Shop, across 
from St. Cecelia's Church, Indepen- 
dence. FL 7-3351. 6t-fi 



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furdoy; 9 30 to 

8 00 I r , ' '•' 

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5976 Toyloi Mil' Pil from 

th, • 4t 8" 



FREE ESriMAlf unty Sam- 

tation Co Cleaning and rrpoir • , 

-64 1 tf 



ATTfNTION DAIRYMEN — I 

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DU 4 318a In Kent . •. i ill 

FL 78001 tf 



WATCH REPAIP NG Fr.ei 

m.'Sf wot I 

.rating. >•! &6 itiit-.-r . J. * 
Walt. in and Erlanger I ■ 
Walton 180, tf 



RAZOR BLADES, less than Ic. Send 7S<- 
in stamps for 100 Don Juan I 
I le Blades or write for free so" 
All postpaid. National Specialty Sales 
Box 301, Cincinnati I, Ohio. 7t 4* 



F UkNlTUF f Ant 1 

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A . . m , || /. . . . . , , | , , , 

. first i 

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•n' *r. Block Angus 

: Milking $6,00 t>r. • \ 

mg fee For sei • i.irk- 

son, FL 7 6681. tf 




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CARLOAD — A carload of Ammonia 
Nitrate just arrived. Reodnour Coal < 
and Feed, Walton. Phone 154. tf 



1955 DODGE 4-Door, radio, heater, powcrflite 
1954 NASH 4-Door, radio, heater, overdrive 
1953 DODGE 4-Door, radio, heater 
'52 DODGE 4-Door, r. b h. '52 BUICK 2 Door, r. & h. ! 



SOUTHERN STATES SEEDS — Highest 
quality, lowest prices. You get the 
most for your seed dollar; you don't 
buy weeds, sticks or dirt; no Johnson 
grass; no onions — you get seed. Act 
now, order now. Lipscomb Farm Sup- 
ply, Walton. Phone 100. tf-7 



GENERAL HAULING — Sam Vest. Phone 
Walton 1342. tf 



'50 PLYMOUTH 



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WALTON, KENTUCKY — THURSDAY, MARCH 8 1 



Volume 41 - Number 10 



Deputy Sheriff Scott 
Resigns; Hogan Named 

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Change 

April I, Says Sheriff 



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Wolton, ha.) charge of orrongements. 



GET POLIO SHOTS NOW 



Wa-Na Woman's Club 
To Elect Officers at 
Regular April Meet 



Mrs Cloyton Jones ond Mrs James 

W, ■ ', i were hostesses (or the March 

• j it the Wa-Na Club, which was 

1 ■ ' ■ the Phoenix Restaurant, Monday, 

Morch 5, at 8 00 p m 

.hiclds gave the Spiritual 
Guidance, which was fitting with the 
• the Eostcr sen 
I * ii . H • i ;. age to tl ■• 

■ the Club Collect, the 

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. »t summer from poll • il tl . l>iportmint St <■ C . ingtnn, 

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third 

Yi u can lick polio by having your 
clMl.fr. n v ted. You O'e III . 

family if- - • ■ the Health 

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Boone County Births 

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■ n, James and t> Ion Fl 
qirl Betty lane I , i ruary 1 3 

■■■ is on.f Jeon I 

• ' ruary 23 

■ and Elaine, Florence, 

• • l I ■ ruary 1 6 

CM' • ; I rtram and Denno, Burling- 
Fayi Fi bruary 14 
nd \ irginio, Floi 
girl ui February 14 

Lewin, I girl, 

Cheryl lynn, February 15. 

Newland Earl and Doris Purlington, 
girl [>, iris Ji on, I ebruory 22 

Perry Alfred and Lucille Florence, 
girl, Mel inie Sue, Februory 22. 

i well Roy and Helen, Petersburg, 

Qirl, Sandxa Jean, February 22- 

hkomp, George and Doi thy, fi i 
William George, F.lruory 10. 
Sobrlh.iu William ond Con I Floi 
boy Mark William, February 1 I. 
Scott, Ralph and Margaret, Walton, 
I , Blame Dale, February 19 

" John ami I eno, Walton 
Charles Raymond, February 21. 

rge and Bonnie, Union, 
girl I', into Ruth 1 ,1 runs 1 0. 

S'n lling, Milton and Virginia, 
Stance boy Milt, n R iger; February 15 

Utz Thomas and Bi rni( e Floi 
girl, Jennifer Ann,, f , f'ruary 20. 

Willia, James ond Shirley, Fli i 
boy, James Leonard, februory 7. 

Second Son Arrives 

Mr and Mrs Howard Murray (nee 
Virginia Lou Schwab) ore rejoicing over 
th. birth of tin ir si corfa 1 '.on, Garner 
Louis, on Fi bruary 25, weighing seven 
pounds and twelve ounces. This was 
rather on unusual birth because the baby 
was born in on ambulance on its way 
to the hospital, and then returned home 
due to the shorter distance. Mother ond 
baby are doing nicely, according to re- 
ports. 

Mr and Mr, Loui^ Scljwab^ Wolton, 
arc the maternal grandparems, and Mr 
and Mri" Garner Murray of Augusta, are 
the paternal grandparents. Ben Menke, 
Walton, is the maternal grcat-grand- 
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Is used toward the library ond 

- mdi rgartcrv 

refreshments wen served, to 

the following members Mrs Don Rice, 
Ml k, Jr., Mrs James L 

Mrs Clinton Shield'. Mrs Ward 
Ml ' '■ ter Sturgeon, Mrs Robert 
• '•'■ ■■• 'ace c > Grubbs, Mr-, Carl 
' Mr-. A Mrs Jomos E 

Falls. Mrs Gei rge Ryon Mrs Jomos S 
ter, ond Mr-. Oust n : 
I hi '-• Kl nv eting I the club will be 
April 2, at 8 00 p m 
* •' Mrs Carl Conn,. V' loci G n 

•if Mrs Elmer Groger as hotti 
All members arc ur , • present at 

- imi for el I f officers 

Social at Kenton, Saturday 

The Ladies Auxiliary of the Kenton 

a m m u n ity Volunteer Fire Depart- 

will give a social Sunday afternoon, 

h li, ot 2 00, in the firehouse at 

n Mrs Elmer Schadler, chairman, 

■ unced that Mrs Harrv Redman and 

Mrs Bud Cheesrnan would be in charge 

of the combination table ond that oil 

proceeds would be used to buy kitchen 

rot the firehouse kitchen. 

NAMED STORE MANAGER 



ARTHUR C. SHEARER 

Arthur C Shearer, 40, 365 Pelly Road, 

lied last Friday at the 

Kent n County Tuberculosis Sanatorium 

Hi was an agent f ir the Inter-Ocean 

Insuronce Co , Cincinnati 

Hi his wid- w, Mrs Vivian 

Adams Shearer two sons, Ti rry and 

irei '• nt I. mne; o daugh- 

ter, Cornell Shearer, ot home, his mofh- 



er, Mi Koi -. r, Covingfon^three 

M' A Lckler Of Ravi nna, 

Rekers of Covington, and 

Mrs '■ threi 

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Servtci ' Id Monday ofternoon 

windier fum ral h'ime, Coving- 

t • with burial in Floral Hills Cemetery. 




Virgil Armstrong 

Friends of Virgil Armstrong will be 
pleased to I- now that he r ecen tly became 
manager of the B F. Goodrich Co. store 
ot 525 Madison Ave., Covington. 

Some years ago, Mr Armstrong was 
associated with Coloniol Building and 
Supply Co., now Tate Bros., Erlanger, 
and for several years owner of the Wal- 
ton Feed Mills Selling the business in 
1951, he went to the Goodrich store in 
Covington, and was later transferred to 
the Cincinnati Goodrich office where 
he served as commercial solesman. 

Mr. Armstrong lives on Taylor Mill 
Rood, ond is a native of Independt nee. 
He is married and the fath- i r) I ur 
children. 



Annual Boone Fruit Meeting 

The annual Boone county fruit mi et- 

■ , « I be In Id ot 1:30 p. m, Thurs- 

March 8, on the farm of Vaughn 

Hi mpfling, according to Joe Claxon, 

Boone County Agent 

W W Mogill, fruit specialist from 
the University cf Kentucky, will speok 
at the meeting, discussing latest spray 
materials and new methods of produc- 
ing ouolity fruit. 

All 'farmers interested in producing 
high quality fruits are invited to attend 
this meeting. 

Walton Youth Wins Honor 

J->hn A. Grubbs, Wolton, hos been 
elected treasurer of the Kentucky Kappa 
Chapter of the Sigmo Alpha Epsilon fra- 
ternity at Centre College Danville, Ky 

Mr Grubbs is the son of Mr. and Mrs 

Wallace K Grubbs ond a graduate of 

Walton Verona High School. He is at 

present a |unior and is moioring in bus- 

odmimstration, In addition to be- 

■ !• I • i, IS olso 

t the "C" Club winch is made 

up of oil letti rmen ond is a key mom- 

' t'.i Cl "li' I a' i hall team. 

Stationed at Fort Lewis 

Arms Private Horace L. Dawson, 19, 
wl wife, B^nme Jean, lives in Inde- 

pendence, recently arrived at Ft Lewis, 
Wash .," for duty with the 2d Infantry 
He was last stationed at Fort 
Leonard Wood, Mo ., and is now a men- 
her of Company B in the division's 9th 
Ri jiment. His parents, Mr. and Mrs 
Lindsay Lowson, live near Owenton. 

Eisenhower Pays 
Tribute to 4-H Club 

Members In Letter 



Boone County Wins District Cage 
Title; Takes First Game In Regional 



Film at Methodist Church 

'■ Mm ' In.fio — CruaUi 

iiown during the evening 

-vice on Sunday, March 11, ot 

' the Wolton Mi thodist Church 

film has been produced to help 

r m " he i • nniol of M. h I 

in 1956 It shows 
f the conditions when William 
■ ' ' ITdtO O', the first Method 
!*! m • in 1856 ond then shows 

, ond growth of the work to the ' 
I time The, will be o very pn fit 
worsl ful ■: ■ nence. All are 
iev it. d to attend 

Completes Repair Course 

Army Private William L Finkc 18 
I William H Finkc, Sanders Drive 
rtcervtly was graduated from 
the small arms repair course at The 
Ordnance School, Aberdeen Proving 
Grounds, Md The eight-week course 
trained Finke to repoir small arms, rocket 
launchers, mortars ond recoilless rifles j 
Firke entered the Armv in Qctober, I955j 
and c >mplefed basic at Ft, Carson, Colo. 



Basketball Queen Crowned 




President Eisenhower has paid tribute 
to 4-H club members during National 
4-H Club Week, March 3-11, according 
to Ed McCandlcss, assistant county agent 
Following is a letter to all 4-H club mem- 
bers from the President: 

"All of you have my warm best wishes 
as you look forward to National 4-H 
Club Week, beginning March 3 In the 
post year you have added much to your 
fine record in farming, homemakmg, 
community service, and other activities 

"In saluting you, I pay tribute to th. 
352,000 local volunteer leaders who help 
make \. ur athiesements possible. I am 
confident you, your parents, ond your 
Extension workers deeply appreciate the 
capable and generous guidance which 
i' .11! i irited men and women 

have given you toward learning to applv 
rn science on your farms ond in 
yi ur homes and toward developing a 
I sense of values. 

"As you improve your talents anJ. 
jndertake responsibilities for bettering 
vour communities, you will continue t( 
contribute to the strength of our frit 
nation. 



Kenton Baptist WMS Meets 

The W M S of Kenton Baptist 
Church met in the home of Mrs. John 
Grizzelle, Thursday, February 23, for an 
all-day meeting. 

After the business session, the book, 
"Land of Many Worlds," was taught In rt 
Mrs Pauline Kuriger. A covered disry^' 1 
luncheon was served at noon and enjoy- 
ed by all present. 

Guests were Mrs. R. W. Elliott, Group 
Leader III of North Bend WMU; Mrs. 
Myrtle Bell, Mrs. Jewell Dunne ond little 
Cherri Duncan. Members present were 
Mesdcmes Violet Barnes, Pauline Kuri- 
i i Ann Duncan, Edith Schnitzler, Jen- 
nie Sharp, Rachel Sollee, Rose Lauer 
Aleda Smallwood, Katherine Roden, and 
the hostess, Irene Grizzelle. 



MnssifejsfvMrs. Carl Simmons of Brook- 
ville, Ind .., iflsiz. Mr. and Mrs. Bobby 
Brown of Covington, were Sunday guests 
of Mr ond Mrs. Herman Simmons of 
Verona Road. 



Verona Homemakers Meet 

The Verona Homemakers held their 

'•• • h meeting in the beautiful country 

of Mr and Mrs. G. T. Hamilton 

"of Wolton The president, Mrs A. M 

Davis, opened the meeting with the 

• • flag and the reading in 

' the Homemakers Creed. 

After the business session, the Home 
Dcmonstt . non Agent, Miss Nancy Guil- 
■jgg-.-st'-d pe;sih!e projects for study 
by clubs for next- year, and olso gave o 
♦ saleable articles that clubs might 
mate as contribution to the exhibition, 
hall project The club elected to con- 
tribute articles mode of copper. 

After a delightful noon rrleal and a 
shrrt song (est the group convened for 
the afternoon session. Recreational chair- 
man Mrs W B McCormick, hod de- 
votional, with prayer by Mrs. W. E. Wol- 
ler, after which Mrs McCormick led the 
ladies in a number of lively games. 

Those attending were Miss Nancy 
Guilfoil, Mrs Kelly Kennedy, Mrs. J. B. 
McMannoma, Mrs. Kenneth Vest, Mrs. 
J T. Lamn, Mrs W. E. Waller, Mrs. A. 
M Davis, Mrs. Stanley Fooks, Mrs. H. 
C Mills, Mrs. W. B. McCormick, and 
the hostess, Mrs. Hamilton. W. B. Mc- 
Cormick remained for the day as guest of 
Mr. Hamilton. 

Chili Supper, March 16 

The Fellowcraft . team will sponsor a 
chili ond pie supper at Wilmington Lodge 
Fiskburg, on Friday, March 16, with ser- 
vice from 6 00 to 8.00 p. m. The price 
is 50 cents. Entertainment will follow 
the supper. The public is cordially in- 
vited. 

St. Patrick Dance, Saturday 

The Taylor Mill and Community Fire 
Department is sponsoring a St. Patrick's 
dance, Saturday, March 10, at the fire- 
house, with music by the "Shades of 
orchestra. Dancing from 9:00 'til 
1:00. Donation, $3.50 per couple, with 
refreshments included. 

The public is invited 

Figures Released 
Of 1954 Business 
Census In County 



Receipts of 67 service establishments 
enumerated in Boone County in the 1 954 
Census of Business amounted to about 
$670,000. according to o preliminary 
report covering service trades, published 
y the Bureau of the Census, U. S De- 
partment of Commerce. The combined 
yearly payroll of the county's service es- 
tablishments was $97,000. They report- 
ed 34 employees of whom 22 worked full 
time in the pay period ending neorest 
November 15 Proprietors actively cm- 
played in the operation of unincorporat- 
ed businesses numbered 68. 

Establishments providing personal ser- 
vice numbered 21 and reported receipts 
of $174,000. Establishments primarily 
engaged in automotive repair, parking 
and other automotive services numbered 
9 and had receipts M $151,000. Es- 
tablishments listed as "all other services" 
in the preliminary reported numbered 37. 
end had receipts of $345,000. 



Miss Sandra Pyles 

Mrs Livonia Elliott, Miss Betty Rogers 
and Delbert Northcutt went to Dry Ridge, 
recently to see Miss Sandra Pyles crown- 
ed basketball queen of Gront County 
High School for 1956. 

Miss Pyles, o senior, is the doughte 
of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Pyles, Sherman, 
former residents of Walton. 



Red Cross Fund Drive 
To Get Under Way In 
County Says Chairman 



Ray D. Frost, chairman, has announc- 
ed that the Boone County Chapter of the 
American Red Cross is opening its an- 
nual Morch Fund Drive for both funds 
and members. Like many chapters of 
other Notional Civic organizations, Boone 
County Red Cross is not affiliated with 
any other organization and makes its 
solicitation for funds during the month 
of March each year. 

Mr. Frost and the Boone County Red 
Cross Board hope particularly this year 
that the quota is made because the Nat- 
ional Red Cross hos given millions of 
dollars to the victims of tornodos, cy- 
clones, hurricans and flood sufferers, and 
has used up its emergency ond disaster 
funds and reserves. 

The Red Ooss is the only cilivian or- 
ganization recognized by the government. 
Books of the Red Cross arfe audited ence 
a yeor by the Army. The organization 
received its charter with its duties and 
obligations from the Congress of the 
United States and must abide by them. 

The following precinct chairman were 
announced by Mr. Frost: Burlington, Mrs. 
Noel Walton; Constance, Mrs. Ed Ellis; 
Florence, Mrs. Virginia Goodridge, Heb- 
ron, John E. Crigler; Taylorsport, Mrs. 
June Beccom, and Verona, Mrs. John 
Scott. Other precinct chairmen will be 
announced next week, the chairman said. 

Birthday Surprise Sunday 

Mrs. Opal Simpson surprised her hus- 
band on his birthday Sunday. Those 
present to honor him on this occasion 
were Mr. and Mrs. James Simpson, Sr., 
of Corinth; Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Simp- 
son and children of Devon; Mr. and Mrs 
Ottis Shryock of Cincinnati; Mr. and Mrs 
Roy Simpson and son, Horace Simpson, 
of Cincinnati; Mr. and Mrs. Harry Dick 
and Mr. and Mrs. Raeburn Simpson and 
children of Columbus, Ohio; Mrs. Birdie 
Cook of Versailles, Ind.; Carolyn Cook, 
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Loir of Hamilton, 
Ohio; Miss Barbara Rust, Miss Nora 
Penick, Mr. and Mrs. Opal ' Dude' 
Simpson and sons, Mr. and Mrs. Orville 
Simpson and family, Mr. and Mrs. Gene 
Simpson and son, Mr. ond Mrs. Reamy 
Simpson and Carol, Mr. and Mrs Ben 
Simpson ond family, Bobby, Betty and 
Charlie Simpson, Mrs. Buddy Whitspn 
and son, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Cook 
and Jonice, Don Wagner, ond the honor 
guest and his wife, Mr. and Mrs. Opal 
Simpson. A delicious buffet dinner of 
ham, turkey and all the trimmings was 
served. 

Afternoon callers were Mr. and Mrs.' 
Al Schwarzwalder and family of Hart- 
well, Mrs. John R. Rich and children of 
Covington, end Don Reynolds. 

Mr. Simpson received matl°?'nice gifts 
and all left wishing him many more hap- 
py birthdays. 



Bearcats Lose Thriller 
To Lloyd; 2 Overtimes 



In the 33rd District ba-Aetball meet 
at Florence, last week, the Boone County 
Rebels easily defeated Erlanger Lloyd in 
the finals, Saturday night. Previously, 
one C untiaTYs had defeated Simon 
Kenton 68-64 in a thrilling .game. 

The Rebels had to come from the tail 
end of a three-quarter score of 56-51 to 
win this post-season return match with 
the Pioneers. In an earlier meeting, the 
Independence team had handed the 
Boone team a 71-66 overtime setback. 
Brueckner of Simon Kenton led oil 
scorers with 32 points, while Utz ond 
Conner shared honors for the winners 
with 16 tallies each. Boone County led 
18-14 at the quarter and 37-36 ot the 
half before falling behind in the third 
period. 
Bearcats Lost to Lloyd 

Erlanger Lloyd staged a great uphill 
battle in defeating Walton-Verona 51-49 
in two extra periods in the semifinals of 
the district tourney. Lloyd, trailing by 1 1 
points at halftime and by seven at the 
end of the third period, tied the game 
at 47-47 at the final whistle. In the 
overtime, the 'Cats grabbed the lead as 
Poore scored, but Dees of Lloyd tied it 
up again with a layup. In the sudden- 
death overtime, Dees again scored to 
give the win to Erlanger. Dees led the 
attack for Lloyd with 18 points while 
Lightner added 15. Cook was tops for 
the losers with 14 points, and Hinds 
added 1 1 . 
Boone Wins In Regional Play 

The Ninth Regional tournament is be- 
ing held this at the Boone County gym 
in Florence, and the top gome to date 
wos the Boone County-Newport Catholic 
offair, played Tuesday night, in which 
the Rebels ousted the Thorobreds from 
further competition with a hord-fought 
51-49 victory. 

Mickey Conner ond Lou Crigler each 
scored 16 points in leoding the Rebels 
to a spot in the semifinals against Cov- 
ington Cotholic. It was four free throws 
in the final minute of play that browe a 
47-47 deodlock to give the charges of 
Rice Mountjoy the win. A last gasp field 
gool by Joy Driscoll whittled the lead to 
51-49 as the final whistle sounded. 

At the half, Newport led 31-25, and 
midway in the third period had increased 
their advantage to 35-27. Here Boone 
County called time and then went to 
work, knotting the score at 37-37, and 
then went adhead 40-37 as the qucrter 
ended. Th Thorobreds were never ogain 
able to take the lead, but the count was 
tied three different times in the final 
period. 



More Liberal Credit 
Terms Announced 
By Inl'l Harvester 



International Harvester Company has 
announced new and more liberal credit 
terms for the sale of tractors and farm 
machinery, according to Woody Butler 
of Butler's Farm Equipment, Nicholson. 

The new, liberalized terms involve botii 
lower down payments and longer periods 
for deferred payments by farmer pur- 
chasers. Under the new terms, it is now 
possible for farmers to buy new Mc- 
Cormick farm equipment in most areas 
of the United States with as little as 
20 °6 down and the balance of the pur- 
chase price can be paid off in a period 
running as long as three years. 

The liberalized terms, Mr. Butler said, 
hove been adopted to indicate the con- 
fidence of the Harvester Company and 
its dealers in the fundamental soundress 
of American agriculture and the fine 
credit record made by farmers over many 
years. The new terms are specifically 
intended to moke it possible for farmers 
to buy new machines which they need 
to accomplish cost reductions in 1956. 

Mrs. Louis T. Schwab returned home 
Sunday, having spent a week with her 
daughter, Mrs. Howard Murray, Mr. 
Murray and two sons of Augusta, Ky. 

Mrs. Wilford Dixon, Verona Road, is 
still on the sick list and is a patient at 
St. Elizabeth Hospital. . 

Mrs. Herman Simmons and Mrs. Al- 
fred Hume spent' Monday in Covington 
and Cincinnati. 



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Vrj. Leo Fl.nn, and 

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trie recipient of severcl lovely gifts. 

Gcmes were played and refreshments 

served. 

Mrs. Jane Reigler and daughter, 
of Perk - i. called on Mr and 
Mrs. D. K Sunday afternoon. 

Mrs. Dora Fields and Mrs. Stanley 

Allen were Friday guests of Mrs. Fields' 

• - ther and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Robert 

■ " . - :ort. 

fVr ond Mrs.. James Readncur enter- 
tained the following guests for dinner 
Sui :_. v ,ses Marjone and Shir l^ . 
Ccrpenter, Harold Schadler, and Mr 
ond Mrs. Ralph Carpenter. 

following guests were entertained 
in the home of Mr. ond Mrs. Jack All- 
phin, Sunday, in honor of their son, 
Eugene's ninth birthday: Mr and Mrs 
E. Davis of Covington, Mr. and Mrs. 
Malcolm Collins and doughter of Flor- 
ence, and Mr. and Mrs. Junior Jccobs 
ond daughters cf Richwood. 

Mrs. Lula Peyer returned home from 
St. Elizabeth Hospital, last Wednesday, 
ond is g-:- T ' - j nicely. 

Mrs. Mcttie Dudgeon and Mrs. Gertie 
Gardt called on Miss- Cornne Moore, on 
Sunday ofternc i 

Mr. and Mrs. Guy Best and son of the- 
Presser apartm-:-- - . were guests of their 
parents at Springfield, Ky., Sunday. Mr. 
Best is a teacher at Simon Kenton H13K 
Sch',' I, 

V'. and Mrs, John Musser of South 
Fort Mitchell,, and SAr. and Mrs Asa M. 
Rouse were Saturday evening guests of 
Mr G rd Mrs ; ad - ... 

Mrs. Mabel Webster, Mrs. Ethel 
Breeden, Mrs, Mildred Cleek, Mrs. Mary 
Phillips, Mrs. Evelyn Sizemore, Mrs. 
Christine Smith and Mrs. Ora Stone at- 
tended the D. of A. Rally cf District 1, 
Tuesdcy evening, ot the Junior Hall ir 
Ludlow. Thirteen councils from Boone, 
Kenton ond Pendleton counties partici- 
pated. Distinguished guests included 
tv ■ Leila Travelsteod, State Counsilor, 
Louisville; Mrs. John Davidson, Jr., Past 
Stote Counsilor, Hazard; Mrs. Irene 
Sanders, Associate State Vice Counsilor, 
Louisville; Mrs. Chester Dunnevan, Stote 
Treasurer, Louisville. 

Eddie Eddms, Bond Hill, spent last 
Wednesday with his mother, Mrs. Frances 
Eddins. 



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w er e Saturday g ue sts ..• 
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of his mot! - Mi 

Sanders. 

T^omcs Leathers entertained 
strrk showi - jt •• me of Mrs 

Jack Rouse, last Friday evening, in honor 
J Mrs. Dole Stephens Those present 
were Mrs Reba High Mrs. Pauline Huev, | 
Mrs. Pearl Stephens. Mr, Carolyn Wh.t- 
son, Mrs. Evelyn Rouse, Mrs. Came 
Rouse, Mrs. Louise Rouse, Mrs. Elsie 
Moloney, Mrs. Helen Racey, Mrs. Bonnie 
Jacobs, Mrs Betty Sue Cook, Miss June 
Stephens, Mrs. Lucille Campbell, Mrs 



| Elmer Werks of Covington, 



- • .'. is a patient at I 

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Mr 01 '■' - m :•■ 

fie daughter of C nc;nnc"'. were v» 

.... . . ... 

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rVTfs - •■,••• 

tol We hope • - • - speedy re- 

Mrs Annie TanoV's rhdo> wjs 

Saturday and several fronds called cm 



Mary Flvnn, Mary Mueller and Kathleen^- - ■' .... 



Parr. 

Mrs. Stanley Allen and. mother, Mrs. j 
Dcra Fields were Saturday guests of Mrs 
Esther Fields m Covington Mrs. Fields' I 
grandson, Perry Fields, returned home 
with them for the weekend. 

Mrs. Ralph Carpenter, Mrs. Blanche 
Franks and Mrs Walter Robinson called 
on Mrs. Hope Vest, Wednesday cftfrr' 
noon. 

Mrs. Curfue Brewer is oble to be out 
c'ter a recent illness. 

Mrs. Frances Richardson, Cincinnati, 
and William Richards~r, Indianapolis, 
were Sunday afternoon guests of Mrs 
Ora Stone. 

Mrs. Wolter Robinson entertained the 
* : ng guests with c birthday dinner 
Tuesday in honor of Mrs. Pearl Bedinger. 
Mrs. Blanche Franks, Mrs. Alto Cham-. 
bers, Mr c^d Mrs. Marvin Hudson, Mrs 
Lu'a Hudson, and Mr. and Mrs. Walter 
Robinson. 



T .;• ■ * • ■.-■■•■ ■■■ < were ~ 

there, Mrs Tandy hos been m t- 
several years and her daughter, Lola 
irly cares I I I 
Miss Betsy Jones was, fl weekend 
guest of Miss Lynrn;l ! e F 



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Fish Sandwich and get ONE FREE 
Also serving Chicken, Jack Salmon, 
and Beer . . . bring the fomify in for 
a treat. 

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"No, ladies, we haven't any bargain batemenl 
— but all these OK Used Cars are bargains!" 




Every day is bargain day at a Chevrolet dealer's 
used ear lot. Volume trade-ins on new Chevrolet! 

call for volume sales of OK Used Cars at jxipular, 
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1954 CHEVROLET 4-Door $1400.00 

1953 CHEVROLET 4-Door $1000.00 m * 

1950 CHEVROLET 4 Door $425.00 M yC^s^/ 

1951 FORD $ 450.00 M jTl 

1950 FORD $350.00 E iVf^^ 

1951 PLYMOUTH 2-Door _ $ 450.00 L V 

1951 CHEVROLET 1-Ton $ 700.00 ^ 

1953 CHEVROLET > 2-Ton .$ 985.00 _ 

DIXIE CHEVROLET SALES 

Phone 95 ^ Walton, Ky. 




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WALTON ADVERTISER, WALTON, KENTUCKY 



VERONA 



*•' ' '•" - returned h mni 

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I sons the pail 

v\. . I- 

Mi ond Mri. V r di 

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r weeks 




When The Crash 

Comet - Be 

Protc ted 

pS^^tiutual Jnmurano* 
^^r Company 

J. B. JOHNSON 

AGFNT 
PHONl 11 J - WALTON, KY. 



Mr.. I in.!, i Curry WUS vr.iting Mr.'. 

■ Sunday 

Mrs. Lucy I nd on Robert 

re one) Mr 

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ry and twi 

... i home ol 

■ t Mi lim I amn 
Mr .it.. I Mrs 1 1 yi Y( red hi 

I md family Saturday i 

I 
Mr ai I Mi Golden Dyer pent from 
'.' ■ 
H nek 1 thi fum rol ' f Mr I 
Wi extei I 
the | 
then . I oni 

Mr orni Mr I 1 1 pent 

. .-. "I n arid rVr P I 

.Willi fi rd I Ibi n is sii •■ wiili tl 
him ut soon 

to be ri 
He becan 
t Dry Rtdg 
Mr Mi Hen '•' I on 1 

■ I, Ind ■ ' turday 

. . ' Mr on. I Mrs 

iwi II * 

* ■ ii . It; ' n Arch 

c to be brought to < hurch Sun- 
ond soy. 

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Mi I " Wallei an ( ) son, Billy 

hove moved to V*> to live 

wl he is in colli .j. thi re -He is go 

i\ c .rhool whet 

l.i tii-- ■ • i Li mngton 

Mi ' ;< .ii I i iri .in.) i hildren ore 
• •••) I.. • parents, Mr and iM- I I 

Chtpman, on.) lomily, 
*.' ' • • I ■ • ■ 

tl weekend with het parents, Mr. and 
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New Cherry Cream Dessert 



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Jell) roll, hi rw-rul.iy favonli- for rlrmrirti, mat ks and lui 
inixi'H, m the liiiHiH for many parts pretty detaerul, too. 

MarahmallowB, cherriea ami pineapple, folded into whipped cream 
ma kea a delicious party coating fur the many layered rook book type 
irllv roll from your grocer's ready- to i-.-it cake department. It's quick 
to make, too, with thiH eaay rn i; 



< hirr> (ri am Dessert 

1 12-ounrc Jelly roll 'j cup drained, crushed 

2 cups whipping rroaiB pineapple 

1 cup finely cut ! j taaapoon vanilla 

riLirshnmllowH 1 tabli-spoon augai 

\i cup maraschino i herriea, cut into bits 
Cut irlly roll into six slues Whip cream stiff Carefully fold 
remaining ingredient* into cream Spread each cake slice with a heap- 
ing tableapoonful of whipped cream mixture. Re-aaaemble ilicea loaf- 
faahion on aerving dish, ('over roll evenly with remaining whipped 
cream mixture Chill thoroughly, R to 8 hours. Slice Bervlng portions 
on the diagonal from alternate sides of the loaf for full beauty of 
design in servings. 



HOUSE AND LOT FOR SALE 

7 ROOM two family house on good street in Walton, Ky. 

City water and electric on both floors, 2 sinks; garage; 
lot 66'x342'. Renting for $60 per month; insured for 
$4000. Selling to settle estate. Will try to agree on a 
reasonable price. 



A. B. RENAKER 



Office at Bank, Burlington, Ky. Telephone 12; Res. 55 
J. G SMITH— BURLINGTON— PHONE 83 



■i. I heor r.f James Elliston having 
thi hospital last week 
We wish him o speedy n .. i . 



INDEPENDENCE R-1 



Methodist Woman, and Mrs 
gave "An American Indian," 

H. 



Wendell's Auto Body 
and Paint Shop 

LOW OVERHEAD LOW PRICES 

4/ m ^ SPECIAL 

Complete Refinishing 

- • mel) 

$49.95 

New Shop Devoted Exclusively to Painting b Body Work 

FREE ESTIMATES 
Body Work 

Large or Small 

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Types of Paint 

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The farmi r . f the community are re 

1 1 ■ i c i ng ovi r the beautiful sunshine We 
mi nice weather the past 

t • fc^ l i i "1 U C 

*> ■ -" t y r> 

wly Paul 
Domon is doing as *i II as can : 
■ 

. Martin and fomily of La- 
Grant,. ■ • • • ., with her 
V. and Mrs J I K:m, tl 
Mr •.• Dewey Per-, ns end (am- 
■ his m 'ther and 
I two -ings, # . 

Tl. W.SC.S. of Stoffordsburg church 
will meet at the home > 'f Mrs John 
•> Thui '.. i .i rung Anyone wish- 
ing to attend will be more tha' wi me 
Rev Elmer Kidwell and family of New 
n i- one O unty, called on Mr and 
Mrs Earl Hanna Sunday afternoon. 

Mr and Mr. <» o. Finnell, Jr spent 
one das recently with relatives near Lex- 
ington 

We arc glad to learn Mrs Margie Rich 

is out alter a wc. 1 s illness with lagnppe 

Mr. and Mrs. Earl Hanna art nursing 

Mr. and Mrs L. J. Rapp called on 
roljtivi Sunday afternoon 

Hughes Chapel WSCS Meets 

Nin. members and two children at- 

.alar monthly meeting of 

the Hughes Chap. I M. thodisl Church W. 

S C S , which met for the February 

ting with Mrs Roger Arnold. 

Subji t t ; rigrani wes "The Wirld s 

i Laborer, Worthy of His Hil 

tr m worship and program books. The 
, hymns U'.i d were ' Foot ' . f Jesu 
and ''Worl tor the Night Is Coming." 
• r. fi m Genesis, Amos and Ro- 
mans was read !>\ Mrs. Clarence Struve. 
ng with regular program were Mrs 
J L. Arnold, Mrs. Shirley Guard, Mrs. 
Elisha Allen. Current events were taken 
from newspapers Mrs. Roger Arnold 
gave article ' Resolution on the Mission 
Ir.mt' from the W.rld Ou tl ook Mrs 

J i Wood gave "Indian .Inspiration" 



from the 
Y ite 
fi m the World Otulook. Mrs. Pearl 
Bedinger dismissed with prayer. 

Regular business wos conducted ond 
cards prcpored to send to members who 
ill. The March meeting will be 
tt the regular timi 

'-' re than 700 electric lamps and 
■ hasc been made by Kenton co- 
women. 

M imimakcrs of Christian county made : 
' ' .1 Of 515 winter hats, and plan to! 
continue into, the spring season. One' 
i club reported making 54 hats. 

Campbell county farm.' ■ eived an 
|e of $8.45 a crate for straw- 
berries sold through the Cincinnati Pro-, 
ducc Growers Association 



CRITTENDEN 




Ernest 'Beighle ha In i n visiting his 
daughter, Mrs Vi rner Burgess, dnd Mr. 
at Lexington. 

Mrs, Lydia Doud spent several days 
,i weeli with hi r daughter, Mr. and 
v. [ JAard Gleason, at Bridgetown, 
Ohio. 

Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Jones are re- 
joicing over the orrivol of a baby girl, 
th ir first heir. 

Gi raldine Roberts has the chicken pox. 

(• u sell McNay, who has been in the 

.' r ,) weeks, was able to 

return to his home Wednesday, in Er- 

I II )l r. 

Ml Stanley Jones is improving at St 
Eliraberh Hospital. 

Mrs L. wis Plunki tt v. sited her uncle, 
Eirri. r Werks, who is ill at Booth Hos- 
pirol 

Virgil Stewart is critically ill at the 
Convalescent H. me, Dry Ridge. 

Kenneth Lynn, bur-year-old son of 
Mr. and Mrs Kenneth Holbrook, fell 
and cut a gash in his head last Tuesday. 
He was token to St. Elizabeth Hospital 
f r tn atment and reTu7necf~~hc>me. 

Mrs J J Marshall was taken to Good 
Somanfan Hospital, Cincinnati, last Wed- 
nesday for treatment. 

Mr and Mrs. Bud Richmon and little 

r Bi the, were Sunday evening guests 
of her grandparents, Mr. and M's. Carl 
Flvnn of Flingsville. 

Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Pettit and 
family have moved to the Ira Bird house 
which they purchased from Mr. and Mrs 
Stanley Jones. 

Mrs. Gene DeMoisey of Ft. Thomas, 
was the Sunday guest of her father, 
J V. Walton. 

TRY OUR "ADVERTISER ADS" FIRSTI 



'ucky Utilities Company has 
■ rd a 4-H electrical project lead- 
et "5 sch ■ • Ballard county. 



FOR SALE 



5-ROOM HOUSE, bath, hardwood 
floors, Ir urn in kitchen 

and dinette, fulf basement, new 
Williamson oil furnace, newly dec- 
all Rusco aluminum 
windows and doors, house on lot 
50'xl40', extra lot goes with the 
77'xl40', located on Judith 
Ave., Dry Ridge, Ky. Price $8500. 

PHONE TAYLOR 4-7102 




Distributor Of 

Inter-State Bottle Gas 

Immediate Installation and 
Prompt Service on Refill. 

"Brown" Gas Stoves 
Gas Hot Water Heaters 

Jansen Hardware 

110 Pike Street 
COVINGTON, KENTUCKY 



We give em 
with every j 
purchase 



iW^^—j '*mc* _ 1J|r ,.Ji 



Rice Specials! 



THE OLD 



'54 FORD 4-Door; r. & h. $1095 

'54 PONT. 2-Door; r. & h $1395 

'53 HUDSON 2- Door; r. & h. $ 595 
'55 PONT. Convertible; save $1300 
'54 MERCURY Hardtop $1495 

'52 BUICK 4-Door Special $ 795 

'52 PLYM. 2 Door; clean $ 595 

'51 PLYM. 2 Door; r. & h. $ 695 

'53 DODGE 4-Door V-8- $ 895 

'53 PONT. 4-Door; r. & h $ 995 



<£,l 



PLANTATION 



is at 



172 2 MADISON AVE. 

COVINGTON, KENTUCKY 



COIonial 1-4224 



Pontiac Parti 



Over 100 Used Can to ChooM 
From on I Plantation* 



1722 MADISON AND 425 MADISON- 



SAWS - All Kinds 

Sharpened, Retoothed, Set 

By Machinery 

—Cabinet Work— 

Kitchen Cabinets, Store Counters, etc 
Welding, Cutting, Brazing 

STANLEY'S REPAIR SHOP 

Located with Rouse Sign Shop 
Bedinger Ave. Wolton, Ky. 




Top Value 

stamps for — 

Top Value Gifts® 

BARTH MOTORS I 

Walton, Kentucky 



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$59 95 



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The 6W blade 
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For Sales and Service (all Us Colled - Dixie 1 -5232 



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WALTON ADVERTISER, WALTON, KENTUCKY 



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OAK RIDGE 



,ij t'u ed ro extinguish ti gross tiro 
rt Patrick ond William 



that hod 



Fii 

the post 
wee k w h( n th, s were cc! ; . to fight 



The Taylor Mill VOlu 
partmcnt has boon very, bus> 



• the timo 
summoned the f 

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M >ur community are 

■ >m a \irus infection Among 
them qi V' Mabel Richardson, Pris 
rtd Hi rman Whalen Connie Ti m 



. ... thing and I Pi tt> 



-.. torn 

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Die first - ted his truck 

at the r >mi • M '■' deol of his 

P.rrs ■ v ' T he f.ro » 



. a defecti\ 



coll- 




ng «.^ in tho hospital 

• vMi-k with on intestinol 

ler that wos first thought t' bl 

' 

H R Hutchm-. .-, >M! in Booth Hos- 

pttot trom a kn t < operation but he is 

Koren ai tt Whalen, R Iney I i 

lecto- 
• •> 
v Ed I * to Louis 

>« k t with her dau 

.-■ 

was gone hi r 
tlv r v- Charles Asch of 

. Is ill 
both 01 ' " sing 

V Rubs Lip 

trom 
• • attir c • sit. 

v- ii ■ V' • , have return- 

■ 

lorold Pi"> wo-* ill Sunday and 

V '•' _urr>, obly 



Hamilton 4 H Club Meets 

I -H ' I I ni 1 1 

... rhe m< . ting * led to 

with Alt'. 1 1 S< hwi i iding 

, t rhe Aim ricon flog was 

is rhe 4-H | 

: were 
•Mt t t tin ' 
■ i>, » : i, i' .*.:-, at 

n - .. 

> u Ari' M\ 

im and Gdyla Hu 

W •"" ' 

rhe meeting was I 

V i . ! V 

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t With 

•• • . it H mm.) 

« turn 

'.' , Nancy Gui" 

talked with tl 

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wanted 1 know 

*ing Th,- 

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supple ' ''"as l»Tonist at the Oak 

Mr V • •'• 

weekend 
IMi ind Mi L E. Thon 

jn 1 c GnJ Mrs Jack St 

V- ■ Mi ■ \N C Ta • nt last 

week wl it ' " m Del 

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Stringtown Homemakcrs 

Xb. • town H 'i* 1 ' m - ■ 
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NURSERY STOCK 

I ruit rreei ond I tti I f 

LILLARD'S NURSERY 

6129 Toylor Milt Road FL 7 J 56 I 




RAY HALL 

Manufacturing Optician 

tit ol Prescriptions 
Accurately Filled. Broken 
1 ntCS Rrplacrd Expert 
Optical Repairing 

122 Pike St ., Covington 
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FOR QUICK SALE 

JOHN DEERE TRACTORS— DEMONSTRATORS 
Model 40 — Tricycle Tractor 
Model 50 — Tricycle Tractor 

USED EQUIPMENT 

F-14 Farmall Tractor, pull type plow and cultivators 

290 Corn Planter with fertilizer attachment 

Oliver Crawler - Ellis Tobacco Setter 

International Hay Loader - Co-op Tractor Spreader 

Model B All is Chalmers with side mount mower 

and single bottom plow 

Will take Fresh Cows or Corn for Part Payment 
If you want to trade — see 

HELLMAN IMPLEMENT CO. 

Route 17 Independence, Ky. FLeetwood 7-6031 



t ol 601 7 Taylor M 

■ . . •• m< 

v- Eeorl Liebi rman ■ ■ '■ -tamed with 

• • her daughter, Mrs 

Earl Hundley Friday evening Th< ■ <.< ores 

i nt vsi re i i )a ■'■ "• ngton, 

Artie Schoffield ond Mesdomes Eugene 

". William Tomlin, Ru.s. II Yates 

E C. Hams, Homer Hams Paul New- 

.'.•■. ler a".' 

Johnny James^r 

The W.M.I f Oak Ridgi Baptist 

Church will haso its pi .<ce for 

V „> isening 

h 12, at 7 00. at the church 

Sighteen members of the Oak Ridge 

• Bapti-t Chu'«. jft» • th e K e nt 

ui '■ • •• ting at Decoursey 

Baptist Church. Tucsdcs night Amity 

• .? Church ssas • by thirty 

" program was on 

church s is • • • ... . ■ . 

ing a"d helpful to the many Sunday 

Schc- • who attended 

The Mcther Singers of Taylor Mill 
PTA meet the first or I I 
night, each rnonff at the 
school They are practicing the songs 
:re to sing at the State PTA. Con- 
vention. 

The topic for discu^son at the Taylor 
Mill Civic Association last Thursday nite 
was how 1 top the speeding on Tcvlc 

■ nS" that wi n -nadc 

Techniques m tab rii * I • 

. ■ ... earned in^o four-day >» ■■ 

- - • -r*' emakei i '- 



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• ■ 

Mrs. R L Vaugl 

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7 ot tl • ■■ • Mi 

A,. El 

• • weS will give a ' • . 

• . • . 
. e taught 
following Timbers and guests 
■'■•'- Chorles ■ ■ 
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Rup pel , Grant M I • 

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. . .'. '.' rtin B S 

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Osmun H F V. .'. • • .'. 



HOW'S THE TIME! 

for JOmrOfAlb 

SEPTIC TANK CLEANER 



y Evelyn 1 - •• 

TRY OUR 'ADVERTISER ADS" FIRST! 



This is (he turn- <>t \i.ir v» hVn the 
KkiiiijI .utinii in yiuir m;<Ih tank 
slows slown and often stops . . 
il nccsls HI I P 

KIM. HI All Septic Tank 
( leaner iulp* pr,t, nt the butlJinu 
up ol excessive waste In (bt mnslly 
dinrstinic waste m.iiiri.iU < ontaini 
an urK-inii hactefia reactivator 
which stimulates natural hasicrul 
action, too 

Get KING-OF-ALL today- it will 
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they've been getting on many thousands of chicks in 
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Super Safe. You can order Startena with a built-in 
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This is a real saving, because most feeds re 



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This is a real saving, because most feeds recommend 
3 to 4 pounds of Starter— or more— before the chick* 
are ready for a growing ration. 



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^^^^^p^n a Chek-R-Tabi f 

wa ter safer *£ J^y* advantage of 

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where restricted. 



SEE GRAND OLE OPRY ON TV 

Be sure to see our next big Grand OleOpry TV tainers . . . plus the Briarhopper kids and 
Show. It's the farmer's most popular country other guest stars ... in a fun-filled night tt 
music show. All your favorite Opry enter- the old country school. 

J. H. Fedders, Inc. 



16th & RUSSELL STREETS, COVINGTON, KY. 



HEMLOCK 1-2622 



AUCTION 

Due to ill health and having sold our farm, we will sell at auction, our stock and 



tools through Harry F. Johnson and Charlie Steers — 

■ On Porter Road. 1% Miles West ol Verona, Ky. 

{ Saturday, March 17 

—BEGINNING AT 10:30 A. M.— 

| 31 HEAD OF STOCK — 18 head of milk cows, including 2 Jerseys, 3 Guernseys, 
4 Milking Shorthorns, 1 Swiss and 8 Holstein; 6 heifers, 3 fresh this spring; White- 
face bull — all cows are young and giving a large flow of milk. Team of extra good 
gray work horses, large; 4 bred gilts, to pig soon. 

TOOLS — Rubber tired wagon with box bed and hay frame, 2 wheel seed sower, 

fertilizer spreader, horse-drawn tools including mowing machine, manure spreader, 

disc harrow, 2-horse corn drill, 2 horse cultivator, metal sled, hay rake, good 2 horse 

scraper, new hammermill and belt, small plows, and farm tools of all kinds, and two 

3-horse riding plows; feed boxes, troughs, feed barrels, hay rope, 2 ladders, forks, 

hoes, other tools, 250-gallon gas tank, 2 rugs to cover tobacco, 8 can milk cooler, 10 
EJEJ 

milk cans, 20-gallon water heater, wash vat, 2 single-unit milkers, lot used lumber, 

4-room oil heater, coal cook stove, some other furniture. Lunch on grounds. 

| Mr. & Mrs. Henry Robinson 

■ Soje Condgcj^ By 

5. n Walton Real Estate and Auction Barn 

HARRY F. JOHNSON, AUCTIONEER CHARLIE STEERS, SALES MANAGER 



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i Y0UNG5T0WN 

54" Deluxe 5 Drawer Sinks with deluxe faucets 

and spray— originally 189.95; now $129.95 

■ 54" Standard 2 Drawer Sinks — originally 

129 95; now $99.95 

52 gallon G E. Dowlc Unit Water Heaters — 

originally sold for 134.95; now $99.95 

Water Pumps $89.95 

■ 

i R. W. GROSS APPLIANCES 



Phone: FL 7 6631 



Independence, Ky. 



It's easy to keep 

CLEAN and SANITARY 

with 




don MASONRY WALLS 



Keeps Dust and Dirt Out of Masonry/ 



Conrad Hardware 



Walton, Ky. 



Phone 23 



Just Try a "WANT AD" in The ADVERTISER and See Results' 



Corn Yield is Boosted 64 
liushels by Modern Methods 




Mr. and Mrs. Harold Menke, of Mt. 
Vernon, Ohio, and Ben Menke, Walton, 
have returned home after a vacation in 
Miami, Fla. 

Mr anr) Mrs. Harold Monke and 
daughter, Debbie, of Mt. Vernon, Ohio, 
pent part of this week with Mr and, TRY OUR "ADVERTISER ADS" FIRST! 



Mrs. Louis Schwab and daughter, Joyce. 

At least 10 silos will be built in Wil- 
more community in Jessamine county 
this year. 



in 
Mn. 



Yield averaged 123 bushels 
where fertilizer was added and 

MODKKN corn raising moth 
eds can boost yields by 64 
bushels per acre and net re 
turns by $55 per acre compared 
With methods used 30 y<\ns ago 
reports the Middle west Soil 
Improvement Committee 
summarizing results of a 
i»<s< .tii demonstration. 

The demonstration was con 
dui ted on the Walter and Paul 
Wen/el farm near Red VVirii' 
Minn It was under the due. 
tion of Arnold Wiebusch, Good 
hue county soils agent and Q J 
Kunau, county extension SKe"n1 
in cooperation with Universitj 
i if Minnesota soils and agron 
omy specialists. 

In this demonstration, a "Corn 
Today" field, using 1959 nut); 
ods, yielded 123 bushels per 
acre. Yields were only 5!) bush 
els on a "Corn Yesterday" pit I 
employing methods common 
ha. k in 1!»25. 



per acre on "Corn Today" field 
modern cultural methods used. 

Harold Jones and Edwin Jen- 
sen, of the Minnesota staff, es- 
, timated that it cost only 52 
! cents per bushel to grow corn 
on the "Corn Today" field, com- 
plied with 66 cents on the "Corn 
Yesterday" plot. 
The "Corn Today" field was 
I fertilized three times. Once be- 
fore planting, at planting time 
ai I after the last cultivation. 
A modern hybrid strain. Mini- 
was planted on the con- 
• ir, at the rate of 18,000 to 
• i . r acre. Insecti- 

es and erbicides were ap- 
ed for insect ahd weed con- 
trol Cultivation was limited. 

The "Cnrn Yesterday" field 
was nut fertilized, although ma- 
| nure was added. An open-polli- 
nated variety of corn was plant- 
ed at the rate of 12,000 stalks 
per acre. 




—ADDITIONAL— 

Want Ads 



ATTENTION — Bockhoe digging ond 

backfilling for septic tanks, drains and 

ditches cf all kinds. Don Myers, In- 

Ky FL 7-2798 8t-8* 

MEAT WITH THE SECOND SUN— Ken- 
ton County Coal Co. Terms cash 
K<nton lump, $14 25. Kenton egg 
$13.75; Scarlet stoker, $15 25? Ware 
hauling Joe Kunkel, owner Nichol- 
son, Ky. . FL 7-671 I. tt 



NOTICE — If you want beef killed, call 
Matt. Flynn, WaUU|i 743X, after 6:00 
p. m. ,. 2t-9* 

MR. FARMER — Don't forget we take 
FREE soil samples, so you will know 
exactly how much fertilizer and what 
anolysis to use. Reodnou Coal & Feed, 
Walton, Ky. Phone 154. tf 

SPECIAL FOR MONTH OF MARCH— 
Instrducmg a new Angel Cold Wave. 
Regular 510.00 wave for $8.00. Come' 
in and look like an Angel in your new 
Angel Wave for Easter. A nice tight 
wave, yet it isn't frizzy. Very natural . 
looking' Rita's Beauty Shop, across 
from St. Cecelia's Church, lndepen- ' 
donee FL 7-3351. 6t-8 ' 



PAINTING — First class work, guaran- 
teed, brush or spray, residential or 
commercial. FLeetwood 7-7187 

25t-5* 

NOTICE — Southern Trails Restaurant has 
■ ■ I its private club room to all 
Clubs, pnvat dinner gi 

Fof reservations, call ATlontic 
3 9931. tf-9 



OLD OAK FARM BARBER SHOI '. 
mile East of LLL Highway on Hcmp- 
flmg Rood, Atwoocf, Kv. Hours: Tues- 
' day, Wednesday, Thursday, 1:00 to 
8.00 p. m ., Friday, 1.00 to 9.03 p. 
m., Saturday, 9:00 a m. to 6 p m. 
'.' ' rungs by appointment. Closed all 
day Monday. Ladies' hair st\lmg. 
Clifford Cornelius, proprietor. tf 



CARLOAD — A carload of Ammonia 
Nitrate iust arrived. Readnour Coal 
and Feed, Walton. Phone 154. tf 

SOUTHERN STATES SEEDS — Highest 
quality, lowest prices. You get the 
most for your seed dollar; you don't 
buy weeds, sticks or dirt; no Johnson 
grass; no onions — you get seed. Act 
now, order now. Lipscomb Farm Sup- 
ply, Wolton. Phone 100. tf-7 

GENERAL HAULING— Sam Vest. Phone 
Wolton 1342. tf 



SHOES — Men's ond lodies' not* nalhj 
known br a nd d direct from factory 
at wholesale prices. Guaranteed qual- 
ity ond tit Tom Brewster Walton. 

I I ne 1615. 6t-8* (eow 



AVE MORE CASH ON AUTO INSUR- 
ANCE with STATE FARM'S new Care- 
ful Driver Rating Plan. See me each 
week at Burlington Hebron, Florence, 
Union, Walton, or write Ryle Ewbank, 
Warsaw, Ky. JO 7-4141. 6t-4' 



FOR SALE — Four 10-gallon milk cans; 
30 gallon water heater; 50-gallon 
water purifier; Oliver sulkic plow. 
Albert Martin, Armstrong Road Phone 
FLeetwood 7-2546 lt-9* 



BETTER CALVES at less cost with the 
SoUThem States cclf -raising program. 
New energized calf-moker and calf- 
d, vi loper. You'll make about $26.50 
en every calf Lipscomb Farm Supply, 
High School Court, Walton, Ky. tf 

TRY OUR "ADVERTISER ADS" FIRST! 



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MASTER FRAMING RULE 

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(Uk ih. <t.«Kt »»— ~"~ "IW« *-'"* " •*" "** 
d.„o n .»o» THr MASTCK TAAMINO FUUT 

RETAILS »T $2 93 

I Ryan Hardware & Dry Goods 
Walton, Kentucky 




Absolute Auction 



78-ACRE FARM 
FEED TEAM 



HOUSEHOLD - TRACTOR & EQUIPMENT 
CATTLE - POULTRY - MISCELLANEOUS 



Property of Andrew and Juanita Works on Meeks Pike, 
intersecting Taft Highway a short distance west of Dry 
Ridge, Grant county, Ky., 3 4 mile to farm — see signs. 

Saturday, Mar. 10 

10:00 A. M. (FAST TIME) 

Being engaged in other work and discontinuing farming, we will, on 
the above date, at our farm, sell at Absolute Auction our farm and the 
following described personal property: 

FARM DESCRIPTION — Farm contains 78 acres, more or less, in a high 
state of cultivation, all in grass except 3 acres and it has a cover crop; 
hos 1.65 acres tobacco bose, 25 acres good meadow, 5 acres new alfalfa; 
practically all tractor land, well fenced and has on abundance of ever- 
lasting water. For years this farm has produced over a ton of tobacco per 
yeor. Improvements consist of a one-story frame dwelling with five rooms 
and pantry, water in house, electric and telephone, dwelling insulated; large 
combination 5-bent barn with new metal roof, stripping room, meat house, 
poultry house, brooder house, corn crib. Buildings are good and all under 
good rooves, conveniently located. This is a desirable farm and home — 
see is, you will like it. Moke the last bid and you will own this farm. 
School bus, milk truck ond R F.D. carrier by farm. Sells at 1 p. m. 

HOUSEHOLD FURNISHINGS — General Electric 1 1 cu. ft. refrigerator, 
like new; large coal heater, like new; kitchen cabinet; 2-door metal untility 
cabinet; modern breakfast set, table and four chairs; rocker; book case; 
piano and bench, and many other household items. 

FERGUSON TRACTOR & IMPLEMENTS — Ferguson tractor, in good con- 
dition, with set of two 1 2-inch bottom plows, mower, and disc, all in good 
condition, tractor wagon on rubber with good flat: tractor or horse-drawn 
wagon on rubber with box bed; tractor or horse-drawn manure spreader. 
Horse-drawn implements consist of good all-metal 2-horse sled, 2 disc har- 
rows, good mower, 10' hay rake, rounder plow, hillside plow, 1 -horse jumper 
plow, trailer-type lime ond fertilizer spreader, 1 -horse corn and fertilizer 
drill, 2 Rastus plows, set of fence stretchers, set of good tug harness for 
team, lot of other work harness, check-lines, pulleys, stretchers, single and 
doubletrees, forks, hoes, shovels, lot of hand tools, lord press, 2 iron kettles 
wtih stands, lot of metal drums, good scalding pan, 3 fluorescent lights for 
stripping room, spool of barbed wire, 3000 tobacco sticks, lot of good sea- 
soned locust posts, and many other items. ■ — 

TEAM, CATTLE, POULTRY — Team, extra good aged work horse, single 
line, ond more, 13 years old, extra good — this is a real team; good Jersey 
cow, fresh in March, third calf, 2 heavy springer Jersey heifers; purebred 
coming 2-year-old Hereford bull; 12 large White Rock hens and 7 large 
White Rock roosters. 

HAY, CORN — Approximately 100Q bales choice hay, alfalfa and mixed; 
5 to 6 barrels of good yellow corn. 

TERMS — Personals, cash; real estate, 25% day of sale, remainder with 
deed on or before 30 days from day of sale. Immediate possession. 

LUNCH ON GROUNDS 



Andrew and Juanila Works, Owners 

Sale Conducted By 

S. R. Eckler Realty & Auction Co. 

Phone: Office, TAylor 4-6581; Residence, TAylor 4-8146 

THOMAS REEVES— REALTOR 

Phone: TAylor 4-7781 
S. R. ECKLER— AUCTIONEER 



Oldsmobile Owners 

This is your week. Your Oldsmobile has been singled out 
by the Dodge Dealers of this area for this week's special 



Deal of the Week 



in trade on any 



New '56 Dodge 



■*. Whopping big over-allowance -^ Rock-bottom prices on all 

on your Oldsmobile! '56 Dodge cars! 

^ Your car can cover the down payment I 
Low monthly payments! 



£ei\a thon I 




3-month supply of new '56 Dodge cars will 
go in 6 weeks! 

Custom Royals I Royals! Coronets! 2-door and 4-door Sedans! 2-door 
and 4-door Lancer Hardtops! Station Wagons! Convertibles! 

Volume sales mean big savings for you during 
our Sell-a-thon! 

PETTIT MOTORS 



Main Street 



Independence, Ky. 



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CHAMBERS & GRUBBS 

FUNERAL HOMFS 



Ambulance Service 

Anytime - Anywhere 




Member Kentucky Funeral Directors Burial Association 
Phone: Walton 352; Florence, AT 3-5101 



Peoples Liberty Bank and Trust Company 

COVINGTON, KENTUCKY 



We Make Loons On Home Applicnces, Televisions, 
Radios — F. H. A. and Mortgog.es. 



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; DR. G. C. DONOHOO, CHIROPRACTOR : 

WALTON— Moin & Depot Streets FLORENCE— 7628 DlsJe Wflhwoy ] 

■ Hours: Monday, Wed., Friday, Hours: Monday, Wed., Friday, B 

■ 200 p. m. to 5:00 p. m. 10 to 1! a. m. & 7 to 8 p. m. a 

PHONE: ATLANTIC 3-5371 __«f 

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7 he practice of 1 hrift is as old as Creation 

Exemplified in Nature! The Habit of All Her Creatures! 

SAVE TODAY FOR A HAPPIER AND 
MORE PROSPEROUS TOMORROW ! 

The Bank of Independence 

INDEPENDENCE, KENTUCKY 

Member F. D. I. C. Accounts Insured Up to $10,000.00 



Check These Items 

For Quality and Price 

Blue Diamond Coal - Agrico Fertilizer 
American Wire Fence and Gates - Ubiko Feeds 

McCullough Seeds - Hay and Straw 
Block Sale, 75c - Ohio River Salt, 100 lbs. $1.40 

4-12-8 Muriate Potash for Grass ton $45.00 

Ubiko Layer Crumble, in print bag $4.00 

READNOUR COAL & FEED 

WALTON, KY. PHONE 154 



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BY DR. KENNETH 1. FOREMAN 



Jesus on History 



Lesson fur March 11, T* 



^V 




HALF way through a movie 
you may sit people getting 
up and walking out That does not 
necessarily mean they are dis- 
gusted with the picture It's just 
that they came in right th< 
the first show '"This is where we 
came in." they say, and Hi. y don t 
i'. lie tu see tlu' second half of the 
film twice iQuery, by the way 
Is ,i movie, it a 
book, that isn't 
worth seeing or 
reading twice 
worth seeing at 
all" ' In ancient 
times, .the leai '■> I 
Greeks thought 
that history was 
like a motion pic- 
ture shown o\ > '. 
and over again I>r. Foreman 
If a man lived long enough he 
could sec history icpc.it 
they thought. The diagram which 
to the Greek mind best re pr ese nt - 
ed history would be a circle Fly, 
moth or man. C'lns around hi cir- 
cles will never get anywhere II. s- 
tory. the Greeks thought, is like 
that. It moves, but it never gets 
anywhere. 

History Goes Somewhere 

The Bible's view of historyls a 
different one History is more like 
a straight line than a x circle 
"Straight" line is t...> simple If 

you will read the I k i <t J 

in the i »ld Testami nl 
a line of history that goes uphill 
and down m di/./> - . 
crooked or straight, it is a line 
somewhei i On a cin l( s > 
pass a given point Now, aftet you 
have passed that point, n:. j . 
Setting farther away from it as 
you move, or are you getting near- 
er? The answer is both. <•' c 
.Now if history is a kind of cir- 
cle, then if you ask the qui 
Are we getting farther away from 



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FOR FAMILY SECURITY 



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I'm the one who's responsible for the family sav- 
ings program. And I've found that the only way 
to build security is to put SOMETHING into our 
insured savings account REGULARLY. Those 
small amounts add up! And so do the good 
earnings paid on savings! 



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SAVINGS & 
LOAN ASS'N 



501-503 Main St., Covington,- Ky: HEmlock 1-6480 

Latonia Office — 36th & Decoursey 



barbarism, is th~e world getting 
better at all? The answer will 
have to be: It doesn t make any 
difference We are farther fn 
that period of barbarism through 
which we last passed; but we are 
g' Uing closer to the next period 

of barbarism History, bad and 
good, will repeat itself 

Now the Bible, and Jesus .spe- 
cially, have a different view Tin 
world is moving away from a 
past that will never happen again 
It is moving, we are moving, to- 
ward a future that has not yet 
happened and will happen only 
once The course of history is not 
like a toy airplane that buz • 
around and around, captive on a 
wire, but like a real plane that 
I swiftly to its distant port 

History Keeps Going 

Human history will have an 
end, so far as this earth is i 
cerned. some day n>f coursi 
human being's linal dj 
be ended even if the whole 
race weie destroyed by Ff-boi 
But we are talking about 
on this green planet I But it . 
mistake, as Jesus pointed out, to 
jump to the conclusion that we 
are living in history's last chap- 
ter. "The end will not be at onci . 
he said. Many times men and 
women have been sure they knew 
the end of the world was at hand; 
but they have always b< en mis- 
taken. There is a theological sem- 
inary which was built by contri- 
butions from the churches which 
it serves. But there were some 
churches back when the seminary 
was built, that would not con- 
tribute The end of the world is 
t ... close, they said, to be wast- 
ing money on brick buildings. It is 
never wise to refuse to build for 
tomorrow, for it is never wise to 
assume there isn't going to be B 
tomorrow History is going some- 
whei e; but it will not reach its 
destination "in nothing flat." 

The Goal of History 

Where is history going" The 
Christian answer is: Toward the 
reign of the Lord Jesus over all 
mankind JeSUS taught his disci- 
ples to loo'k forward tb on< event 
above all others: his coming 
again. Now the Christian church 
from earliest times has had vari- 
ous ideas about how and when 
Christ's Corning will be. and what 
it will mean in detail. But surely 
no Christian can accept seriously 
the idea that history just goes 
on and on. a line that has no di- 
rection and no end Cod and 
evil are in conflict: must we be- 
lieve that this war will never end'' 
On the contrary, Christians are 
United in believing that what 
Christ bade us hope for will come 
true, and indeed many Christians 
believe that it is beginning to cornel 
true now. namely, that God in his 
own time will bring our time to 
an end, that soon or late as we 
count it, but surely, the Son of 
Man, in power and glory, will be 

Lord of all. 






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ACCIDBMTS 
WILL HAPPEN! 



A child's roller skates left on the 
stairs ... a man deeply engrossed 
in his paper ... one more step . • • 
fate closes in! 

But it isn't fate. Just the car. 
thoughtless preoccupation of hu- 
—anity. 

No religion can guarantee our 

ifety from accidents like this one. 

But the Christian Church offers 



meaninK ihiouru ji»u» .......... 

Accidents will happen— but spirit- 
ual tragedy need notl For the eternal 
safety of all men, the careless, the 
thoughtless, the preoccupied: Christ 
died. 






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This Entire Church Notice Is Sponsored by the Following 
Business Concerns of This Section: 



WALTON LUMBER COMPANY 

Phone 19 Wolton, Ky 

PHOENIX RESTAURANT 

"The Home of Good Food" Wolton, Ky 

RYAN HARDWARE tV DRY GOODS 



WALTON GARAGE 

Phone 40 Chryiler & Plymouth 

R. C. DURR, General Contractor 



FLeet* .*i 7 3841 



Nrcholvon, Ky 



DAN ROBERTS, INSURANCE 



Phone 99 



Wolton, Ky 



Phone 66 



North Main St., Walt 



LIPSCOMB FARM SUPPLY 



Phone 100 



Wolton, Ky 



BRAKEFIELD DRUG STORE 

Phone 63 Wolton, Ky. 

WALTON FOOD MARKET 

Fine Foods Walton, Ky. 

CONSOLIDATED TELEPHONE CO. 

Florence, Kentucky 



FLORENCE DEPOSIT BANK 

Florence, Kentucky 

CONRAD HARDWARE 

Phone 23 Wolton, Ky. 



A. M. LINTON, BARBER 

Walton, Kentucky 

BI-COUNTY FARM BUREAU 



ATlontic 3-2112 



Devon, Ky. 



DIXIE CHEVROLET SALES 



Phone 95 



Wolton, Ky 



LOSEY'S GARAGE £r GROCERY 

Open~Dolly - South Walton - Phone 529 

BANK OF INDEPENDENCE 

Independence, Kentucky 

B-M SALES & SERVICE 

Phone 38 Wolton, Ky. 

ST. CLAIR SERVICE STATION 

Texoco Gas, Oil & Tires Wolton, Ky. 

WEBSTER RADIO SERVICE 

Radio-Television Soles-Service Wolt on, Ky. 

READNOUR COAL b FEED 

Phone 154 Wolton. Ky. 

HAGEDORN'S MAYTAG SERVICE 

856 Dixie Hi'way, Erlanger, Ky. Dixie 1-5233 



DEMOISEY GAS COMPANY 

Phone 1372 Wolton, Ky. 

ARTISTIC DRY CLEANERS 

Phone 144 Wolton, Ky. 

STURGEON ELECTRIC SERVICE 

Phone 184 Walton, Ky. 

HALL Electric & Appliance Service 

Phone 187 Walton, Ky 

DIXIE STATE BANK 

Wolton, Kentucky 

REL C. WAYMAN & SONS 

Real Estate & Auctioneers Cov. HE 1-5107 



BUTLER'S FARM EQUIPMENT 

FLcetwood 7-3081 Nicholson, Ky. 



BENTON-BONAR DRY GOODS 

Or> ' , 

Walton, Kentucky Phone 1345 



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Thursday, March 8, 1956 



WALTON ADVERTISER, WALTON, KENTUCKY 



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FOR KENTUCKY FOLKS 

by V/m. C Johnstone 

MMKUnulAl ItrilSINTATIVI 

OMTUOCY BANKERS ASSOCIATION 




FARMIN M 19 Foi the past 

i •■ ■ ,•• rf I all kind! have 

bombardr I us with prccfc t. I .' 

wfmt s ( ; irwj I h,i| • • t.omir 

Oily '.p. > ir . ,- I W A .. ,g| 

i . iom< ' , ment i will 

OCCUI nomy 

tf» '■■ thai ,n' i j i ■ 

tun will r i mud '•'.■■ 

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although i I enough fi fi.'t much of 
m ' ir* me, con be put into prac- 
,| t irmi M n < «rhange of 
lol r ond wd( him 'v mon il I 
and i ffu i< nt use ■ t fi rtilczi r, mori " 
■ | new pii" hgsi * ill all I" 

• us year 

BREAKS — i" a I Mi i i i thi 
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Fa'rm fam ■ I ral I and Bank loans 

will tell you that a loan stands.. out 

! • . • •■ es — 

Low interest rate — still only 4%. 

Long term — up to 40 years to repay. 

Farmer owned and controlled. 

Dividends. 

Prepayments gladly accepted without penalty. 

Purposes now include olmost any f or m need. 

Amount of Ian may run from a few hundred dollars to 

as much as $200,000.00. 

Part-time farmers may now borrow. 

Convenient local service. 

No appraisal fee or application fee. 

— Owned by Farmers for Fanners — 

■ Cai! 

CARL SHERIFF, SEC'Y-TREAS. 

NORTHERN KENTUCKY NFLA 

Box 86 Phone TAylor 4-2861 

Williamstown, Kentucky 

In Bu ton at Old Buil ling Each 

ir ■ ce. 



harcn prices It looks os if the decrease 
ir. tlif farm vote is < I. Creating the farm- 
ers' influence in legislative matters. For- 
tunati ly, hi vvi ver, the tobacco acreage 
reduction voted lost November has been 
cancell' .1 by Congress. 

CREDIT PROBLEMS — The jolt of the 
45 million olloi cfecn a e In tobacco in- 

. ir and the drop in hog pnr ■ I 

is just n w I i f. It Hanks and fl 

l i. lit a ,■ ■' II find that they ore holding 
n ■. pa ' dui o '. i than usual. This, 

o,M, I r luim .1. |-.r it. will 

mute ( fi dit tight, r in I 956 

A g ad en lit ,tandin j ;t a 

financial institution is oni t man's most 

valuable ass<'ts ond hi should try R 

maintain it Some luggi which will 

maintain on. 's i o lit standing are 

1, Meet all obligoti i . ; I .mptly. If 

t do so, consult with crcdit- 
• ■ i'. dui loti 

2, Have a definite repayment plon 

■ i go into debt with ut knowing how 
it will be n paid 

3, File financial statement with 
your financial institution each year. 

Is, ond buy 
. , . i i , i , •■ •. r debt ob- 

I . i n met 
i OCCUfi •• n rd 

ted income 

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RECOGNITION FOR 
4 H CLUB "ALMUNI" 

I I ir 4-H clul 

"alunit i" for then hip in rural 

* irk was on event ■ t Form ond 

\v, . t ot (hi U",.. • • i- • 

tucky Tin \ v.i rr OWOfded pla'|u 



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)' W W lifchous.-, stole 4-H cluh lead 
er Included in the group was William 
P I ■ a' principal of the Piner Elem n 
tory Set) I, Pi", i 

Mr Ei wn was expanded the county 
4 H pn jrom through the initiation of 
electric . nd entomology projects, thus 
ting n. n farm boys. A club leader 
for 22 years, he was o charter member 
< f the Kenton County 4-H Club Council 
and has served os director ond president 
His club has had 100-percent COmplfl 
• . for the post 9 years. 

HOPEFUL EV. LUTHERAN CHURCH 
, Florence, Kentucky 
Wdford C Butt, Pastor 
lav School, lO-OOo. m, Charles 

M 1 'i ndent. 

I I 00 -a. m. 
Lu>> . 2 30 p m 

Catechetical Cla.s, I 00 p m, Sot. 
Junior Choir practice, 2 30 p m 

• -n service each Wed 
' y at 8 00 p. m Everyone invited 
Church Council meeting, on Tuesday 
V rch 13, 8 00 p. m 

Plans are being made to have a bus- 
kwd of Daviess county 4-H ond FFA 
n ctti nd the cooperative council 
meeting in Norn Carolina in August. 



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KKNTUCKIANS 




in WASHINGTON 

Hy Gil Ktngthnry 

Future Formers: 

■ ntucky Congressman Hatcher is en- 
number of young people 
— 380,000 I th< m —who are enrolled 
1 uturc Tarmers of America. 
' ■ told I ogress the other day that 
we cannot have o sound national i 
amy unless the farmers enjoy fiscal 
The 'raining of future formers, 
Ided is a t< p m the right direction, 
to ossure such soundness. And 
that such training makes 
• • better < iti/. n 

Politics: 



T * storii ' n politics. Mrs. | 

- p •■-, K[ nra I n an<i 

■ , , i , forei jo claims 

on women to cam- 
• rl issues and h II 

• " • • ' 'lOwcr 
■ im nd that I * man" 

was i ' ......... 

• - a Moisach,. 

rat, I f party ossociat. s 

thi thir tiny n rutn story nhout com- 



INSURANCE BUYERS ARE 
ADVISED BY OFFICIAL 

Commissioner of Insurance Cad P. 
Thurman today warned Kentuckians a- 
gainst doing business with unauthorized 
insurance companies A safer proctice 
would be to do bu .mess with o firm 
authorized to transact business in the 
Commonwealth, he said 

Authorized companies are those which 
have complied with all state laws, have 
obtained a certificate of authority to 
transact business in the state, meet high 
standards of solvency, ond may be used 
in courts of Kentucky in event of a dis- 
pute over a claim. 

"One practice that has caused citi- 
zens of our state grief is thot of buying 
mail order insurance from unauthorized 
companies," Mr Thurman said. 

He said that anyone in doubt about 
an insurance company or whether the 
agent is duly licensed should contact his 
office in Frankfort. 

SOW BLUEGRASS 
IN EARLY SPRING 

Next to September, February is the 
1 . t tim< of year to sow bluegrass seed 
on lawn 1 ,, according to Prof. N. R. Elliott, 
horticulturist at the University of Ken- 
tucky. H. fi ( rnm. t one- 
. | 

every 1,000 square feet t lawn 
is also the time to apply fertilizer, as 
Is I ling much os any 
he said Abou' 15 pounds of any 
fertilizer to 1,000 
squao_ ftet of lawn will 
Mr. Elliott called ott 
. 
in many lowns Unless controlled, it will 



frozen may be removed at any time, Mr. 
Elliott said. 



Stanley Reis and T. M. Ruggles were 
recognized for their work in the Green' 
Pastures program in Lewis county. 



-FOR SALE- 

5-POOM HOUSE, modern, large garage, 
I acn .* ,• ond, on Martin Road, in 
Kenton county, 14 miles from Cov- 
ington. .Price $7500.00. 

61 -ACRE FARM, 5-room modern house, 
large dairy barn, 5 miles South of 
Walton, on Carlisle Road, midway be- 
tween Piner and Bracht. 

42 ACRES, 5-room house, 3 porches, 2- 
car garage, milk house, no born, on 
blacktop road in Kenton county, Cody 
Road. 

WALTON REAL ESTATE 
AND AUCTION BARN 

Coll Wolton 921 X or FLeerwood 7-2767 

Harry Johnson and Charlie Steers 






■ 

that the young senator grab-, 
lb I i j m. eting. On arnv- 

• ' place, he was about to give 
the dnvi r a good tip ond, at the same 
firm urge him to vote Democratic. How- 
ever he said he instantly changed his 

"I didn't give him any tip at all 
and I urged him to vote Republican," 

• not r concluded. 

Job Application: 

Have you ever mode 14 applications 
I i the l .ame job' That — in effect — is 
what the dean of the Kentucky congres- 
S i onol delegation is doing. Rep. Brent 
has announced for office for the 
14th time. 

Back m 1930 he mode his first try for 
Congress. Although he has manoged, 
with one exception, to win rather easily, 
the Ft Thomas man has never been 
without opposition. As a result of his 
■i ni nty, he is chairman of the House 
Banking Committee, the only Kcntuckian 



' .s Ut tl . it II 

a shallow-rooted plant, much of it con 
be removed by raking with a steel gar- 
den rake. Grass seed should then be 
sowed. 

A quick . way to get grass on bore 
spots on the lawn is by transplanting sod 
from a posture field. Sod that is not 



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COVINGTON, KY. 



Southern States makes you this extraordinary {ruiiran- 
tee- your baby chicks must live or we will repay you 
In full for every one you lose. This guarantee applies 
to the first six weeks of life and covers all chicks fed 
on Southern States Suiting & Growing Mash with 

Southern "states can make this remarkable guarantee 
because of over 30 years experience and know-how in 
producing top quality Open Formula feeds • StarUng 
and Growing Mash contains everything needed to grow 
healthy, vigorous chicks that live and develop Into 
husky, rugged pullets. 

Ask Us For Complete Information 
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The Right Broker . 

Choosing the right broker when 
you're planning to sell or buy a 
house can spell the difference be- 
tween unnecessary delay and dis- 
apointment, loss of money, ond a 
satisfactory deal. 

—FOR SALE- 
WALTON— On Alta Vista Drive; 
modern 4-room houic; $8,200. 

WALTON — 4 room house, mod- 
ern, priced right! 
BEAVER ROAD — 5 room house, 
hath, .4 acre tobocco base. 
WALTON — Six rooms, modern, in 
top condition; rental possibilities 
$10,500. 

—SEE— 

gayle Mcelroy 

43 So. Main Street 
WALTON, KENTUCKY 

Phone 1852 

— Representing — 

Austin Mann Realty Co. 

Dixie Highway at Underpass 
ERLANGER, KENTUCKY 

Phone Dixie 1-5555 



to hold a full committee chairmanship. 

Other Applications: 

Other Kentucky Congressmen olso ore 
expected to stand for re-election. Noble 
Gregory has served 10 terms, Fronk 
Chilf six terms, Carl Perkins four terms, 
John Watts three terms, John Robison 
and William Natcher two terms, and 
Eugene Sili ' ' m 

We'd have to' go back in history to 
find a place where an incumbent con- 
gressman had been defeated. Several, 
however, have withdrawn in face of what 
looked like certain defeat. So you could 
soy that the odds favor the officeholder. 

Homemakers club members in Mont- 
gomery county are assisting the Moun* 
Stirling Rotary Club, sponsor of a dental 
clinic, by supervising the children in the 
hcolth office. 

Collowoy county 4-H ond FFA mem- 
bers have scheduled a hog show at Mur- 
ray the last week in March. 



A & D ELECTRIC 

WIRING OF ALL KINDS 

CARL ALEXANDER & TONY DEMPSEY 



WALTON, KY. 



PHONE 273 



COAL-FEED 



Fyre-Go Block and 
Marne Premium Stoker 




"It's Not The Cost Per Ton— But the Cost Per Season" 
We Also Have A Complete Line of Tuxedo Feeds 

Colston -Speagle Coal 



PHONE 1152 



WALTON, KY. 




Erlanger Car Sales 



"Always 50-Car Selection 



n 



1955 CHEV. "210" V-8....$I595| 

Radio. Heater, Powcrglide, 2-Tonc, Low Milcoge 



1953 (HRY. New Yorker $995 

Radio, Heater, Perfect, One Owner, Low Mileage 



1952 NASH Rambler $595] 

Hardtop, Radio and Heater 



1951 MERCURY 4-Door $395| 

Radio and Heater, Good Tires 



1946 CHEV. Convertible ...$195 



Radio and Heater — Sharp 



1954 CHEV. "210" $1195 

Radio, Heater, 2-Tone — Real Nice 



1953 FORD V-8 $795 

Customline, Radio, Heater — Clean 



1952 PLYM. Deluxe $495 

Good Tires, Motor Perfect, Not A Scratch On It 



1950 PONT. 2-Door $395 

8-Cylinder, Radio ond Heater 



1950 BUICK Super $395 



Radio, Heater, Dynaflow, Seat Covers 



- 6400 Dixie Highway - 

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Page Eight 



WALTON ADVERTISER, WALTON, KENTUCKY 



Thursday, March 8, 1956 



WANT AD SECTION l^m^ 



Classified Advertising Rates 25 cents 

per ad for 25 words, or less; over 

25 words, one cent per word. 

All ads cash in advance. 



FOR SALE - 



FOR SALE — Rickard tobacco seed, ot 
Reodnour Cool & Feed, Walton, kv 
Phone 154. tf 

FOR SALE — "MT ' John Deere tractor, 
John Deere hay rake, John Deere hay 
boler, wire tie, with Wisconsin motor. 
all equipment in fine condition. Cell 
DUpcnt 4-3443. 4t-7 



FOR SALE — Jameswav electric starting 
batteries onj Brower finishing bat 

terics i" first class condition wonder- 
ful for rabbit hutches White Haven 
Poultry Farm, U S. 42, Union Ky 
Call DUpont 4-3370. 4t-10* 



FCR SALE — 5-room house with bath, full 
basement, cool furnace; |ust six years 
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Burdine, 
35 High School Court, Walton, Ky. 

2t-10* 

FOR SALE— -1951 Ford tractor with disc 
plows mower and set tractor chains 
Harry Chapman, Verona, Ky. Phone 
Walton 813. 2t-9 

FOR SALE — Livestock, 15 young cows, 

fresh or heavy springer, sell all or FOR SALE — Complete set of good lawn 

James W Hues Union Ky m.'w.r sharpening equipment, cheap. 

DU 4-3182. 2t-10* I Andy Penri or Lum Tcagarden. Phone 



FOR SALE — 1953 Streamlite house trail 
er, 35-tt completely modern Tom 
Poland Verona Kv Phone Walton 
587. 4t-l 0* 



— Walton 920. 



FOR SALE — Baled hoy, orchard grass 

and red clow r mixed on premises | FOR 



4t-7 



FOR SALE — Hcv. Rusm.II Rector. Rhoi 



Fleetwood 7-2586. 



4t-7' 



ins, Poole 
Rood Veroi 



2t-9* 



FOR SALE— Lespedeza, clover and mix- FOR SALE— Alfalfa, t.mothy red , 
ed hoy; some straw; a'l wire tie bales/1 ' "°V ° bout ' 



DUpont 4-3443 



4t-7 



Harry Chapman, 
n 813. 



a, Ky 



Phone 
2t-9 



FOR SALE— Boston Terrier female pup 

A K C healthy stock, champion OR SALE— Hay first cutting olfal'o 

1-8754 4r-8 ■ vtrv r, - c ols0 srna " cn 

'■ , — , . . J third cutting i 



let car, g od c indi 
iv Perfect k stovi used 

'ifTTe - Flr7^2-61 t It If 



• 



■•> . i .1 four-wl • ; - . 

new seal 
rn» paint I w, 
Kv It 10 



CONRAD HAS IT 



line. Phone HI 



FOR SALE — Well developed breeding age 
Jersey heifer; registered sire; looks 
good, olso one 9 months old; good 
International riding cultivator. Chas. 
L. Chambers, Walton, Ky., Route 2. 
Phone Walton 706. 2t-9 

FCR SALE— Alfalfa hay, boled, 60c to 
75c per bale; ciso 1 00 bushels corn, 
$1.25 bu. Mary E. Ellis, Route 4, 
Box 411, Turkeyfoot Road, Erlanger, 
Ky. 3t-b' 

FOR SALE — Black Morrison raspberry 
plants, disease-free, $8 00 per 100. 
Opol Simpson, Walton, Ky. Phone 
603. 2t-10 



Bach. FL 7-2536 M.-tut Rd 



FOR SALE — 3-Speed record plover, only 
one year old. FL 7-2326 2t-9* 

FOR SALE — Beautiful building lots, on 
blacktop road, corner new Turkeyfoot 
and Richardson Road, Kcntcn counts 
15 minutes drive to city. Inquire '■' 
L Riley, Route 4, Erlanger, Ky. 3t-9* 



ADDITIONAL WANT ADS 

(Continued on Page 5) 



FL 7 5 ' 97 
C W I rer. " It 10* 



FOR SALE — First cutting alfalfa hay, 70 
cents per bole; second cutting, 90 
cents per bole. Alois Obermeier, In- 
dependence, Route 1, LLL Highway. 

2t-9* 



FOR SALE — Hay and straw, FLeetwood 
7-2564. Call after 6:00 p. m. 2t-9* 



FOR SALE — 3 rabbits hutches, cheap. 
Ethelbert Carlisle, FL 7-2461. 2t-9 



FOR SALE — Collapsible play pen; Stork- 
line crib; high chair; buggy; gate 
Phone ATlontic 3-5693. 2t-9* 

FOR SALE — Alfalfa and red clover mixed 
hay, first and second cuttings; olso 
100 bales oats straw. Call FLeetwood 
7-2216. Russell Hale, Wright Road, 
Walton, Ky., Route 1. 2t-9* 



FOR SALE — 8 acres with .6 acre tobacco 
base, 2-family modern house, Locust 
St., Walton, immediate posse sion; 
7-room house on High St., Walton, 
arranged for 2 families, one square 
off Route 25. Col. A. F. Worthington. 
Ph-ne Walton 671. 2t-9 



FOR SALE — Rickard tobacco seed, at 
Readnour Coal & Feed, Walton, Ky. 
Phone 154. tf 



FOR SALE — Chevrolet, 1947 5_-passenger 
club coupe, new point and seat c 
5 good tires, radio, heater, complete 
car in A-l condition. Phone Wolton 
187. It- 10 

FOR SALE — Farm of 58 acres, excellent 
for construction purposes, lays well, 
facing new Turkeyfoot and Richard- 
son roads, Kenton county; 5-room 
3-room and 2-room frame houses, oil 
outbuildings, large bam, large lake, 
well, two cisterns, electric, teleprl ne 
school bus, milk and bakery route 
only 15 minutes' drive to City Mrs 
Lilhe Riley, Erlanger, Kv R-4. 2t-9* 



FOR SALE— bL;. d cow first ... I : -. 
• • . ., - ■ Ca F Leetw 

7.-2-' lt-10' 



FOR SALE — Piai Chicago 

rollt • - ■ re 6 1 2, whit ■ new 

F Lee t w ood 7 2905 It- 10- 



FOR SALE -Mixed • • ■ ' ' mothy 

• ■ .'. Pel ley 

FL 7-2915 tf 



4 ('..rd Cut- 
ting • • iter 2 -cop laundry 

• - rend 'ed lard, one I 
jump, r, two-horse I w also 

. . A C Horrell Hon. is Rod FL 
7-7328 lt-10' 



That is a hard r, putati m t • live up t I but I try vrr\ 

hard A ladv came m and wanted a In-otirvg element t. i 

■ odi i now that one 
• fill but i did have three othei types-of ele 
ment Every me we never fore comes 

they told n C ONRAD w >uld have it 

t of the "I mi . 'v time I start 

. ral years og • when rru rchandite was hord ti 
el but n w then is plenty of merchandisi 

• !>v to keep as lorg I - js I do— -I 
cv to keep a little of everything in the hardware line 

.> m t wm | >day i ought a Case 
t knil In 

in East 1 V. Wa ll . ■ . ham 

I he always w • I drrr- 

'.o.i 
my ad • ' ight 

. ty si 

... v ... 

washer — I 
■ 
Mi - t o dairy 

• • .s '■ •■ • ' 

■ iral 



t irivts \\, | . . im| ■ ' • ' • ur lown 

I el 

prices ly witl I • • . 

IC I 

March 10 is moy ii top by < ' • ' 

,;n | we ' ' " 

Wilson |usl ' ■• ■ ' I him 

aw 

• ■• . 
, ■ '■ . ■ • ■ 

" hshen 

will 



• ' " 
™rvtrs-~"*OW-H o 



J • n 
Independence. 
3t-9 



FOR SALE — O I.C. white boar hog 
Klotz, Station Road, 
Phone FL 7-4811. 

FOR SALE — 5 Hereford cattle. Stephen- 
sen Bros., Beaver. Phone Walton 
1260. lt-10 

FOR SALE — 2 fresh cows with calves, and 
2 Whiteface bulls. Robert Scherder, 
next to Stephens store, Independence 

lt-10' 



FOR SALE — Self-| I reel type 

mower 18-mch cut, $80 00 Emmett 
Ward R ute 25 Walt m Kv lt-10' 



FOR SALE — One gilt and pigs, 1 gilts, 

and 2 sows to farrow ' ' "/arch, 

also some te< : i I I W. C I- row 

3 miles South of Walton Ph - 
7 5302 



FOR SALE — Six-year-old mule Price 
rVebstei Ky 2t"-10* 



FOR SALE — Large yard roller, powered 
by Ford engine, suitable for com- 
mercial yard grading, reasonable. Call 
Midway Garage, Walton 856. 2t-l_0* 



FOR SALE — No. 1 second cutting alf- 
alfa hay; No. 1 Korean, and No. 1 
timothy, all baled. Russell Sparks, 
Verona, Ky. Phone Walton 289. 

3t-10' 



WANTED - 



WANTED — Man to work on fore- 
milk cows; stay on place. Ar; . 
person. Roxie's, Independence Kv 

lt-10 



WANTED — Garden plowing in Walton 
or Verona. J L Mcssmer. Phone 
Walton 797. 2t-9' 



WANTED— Furnace 
installation. Free 
Walton 1453. 



repairing and n< w 

estimau s Ph me 

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NORMS BROCK CO. 

CINCINNATI STOCK YARDS 

A Live Wire ond Progressive Or- 
ganization, second to none. We 
ore strictly sellers on the best all- 
around morket in the country. We 
hope you will eventually ship to 
us. Why not now? 



Reference: Ask the First 
Man You Meet! 



WANTED — Painting; inside and outside. 
Call Walton 924, 2t-9 



WANTED— Waitress, full time, Apply 
in person qt Southern Trails P< I • 
rant, Florence, Ky., between 1;00 and 
1 1:00 p. m. No phone calls. tf-9 



WANTED — Unmarried man or middle 
1 couple, preferably with small in- 
come, to raise garden, poultry, and 
help with general farm work; large 
room wi'h screen porch, electric, fuel, 
and milk furnished; small solar . 
wages for doy work. Phone DUpcnt 
4-3227, or apply, in person, at the 
Tom Huey farm, on Big Bone ; 
Union, Ky. 2t-10 



<;?eevy 



¥KANKBAKTH 




■ ■ Mrs Jmi ,'. 

t two gallons of I 

■■ - | il all M- 

■ > m a mm i m ire cooki 

■ farm 

nent company t>ought a 12' 

. -; f Dow fume to prepari two 

• ■ • 

Your first cost '. tK greatest then each you all you 

-• m • three cans for ewry 30 ond I 

• ■ . '■■ ■ ■ a 9 x 1 00 plontbed can- 

• :24 50 9 cons of Dowfume $8 55, applicator 

• • . $4 95 which is a total Of $38 00 

Ii anj $8 55 tor Dowfume each following 

year. This is t> ond I w o> we hovi i -• • 

' bed "t wf*d set'd and it n- ■ 
, -ur ( ints start quicker — try Dowfume it is to.. 
and safe. 

Albert Rhodes and Omcr Kite were I 

: Omi ' wonted anchor wire and anchor 
i sis sJoy Nix U jm I tan w ; in I day he is getting 
. :. • - .)rt farming before long Several came in to- 
- • . ring is drawing 

ladies to start h i; •<■ cleaning — 

wall rs.:. ■ * «es, tag ; ■ 

,s |K nn . ■ w nd * shod* lin leum, paints 



. ■ ► 

*ith mwh I 

Mrs Margaret • ' 

1 
ii t ii- >i..u ;.-u> s. J^'sAl ■ ;■ 



... - - 

., • . . ■ 

■ • tw > pmi ■ • • . ' 
. 

»e have now 
n . '•' . . •' 

i*i wittH>ut any n 

. . ' l ■>. 
.... 
a small j^amt brush to use in cleaning I 

V ■ | N 
r weri I nd bought • I Mog 

troded I I MaM I lawn 

., •.■ .•••■- 

Stead 't bo, irvg f • • I 

Bill \rV . rary mower I 

..... 

very mush J . n i nd wife w tall 

me owl 

Jim Boots cam. 
. been asking I * 

came ' • ... „, 

,\ 
putting wati nlk I 



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large or Small 



Sec Powers 



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FOR RENT - 

FOR RENT — H . ■ ping i m at the 

Walton, an H • -■■ I ■ k . lt-10* 



FOR RENT l > . 4 ro mi t- wn and 
2 up, got lei ■■ 

7 mik ; from Dr\ near Kno« 

ville, Nathan Elliott Ph ■ 
4-280'- 2t-10* 



FOR RE^jT — Apcrtment 3 nice rooms, 
hall and bath, hrf and f I watei 
57 South Moin Sl A I ■ 2t-10* 



FOR RENT — Six-room. ( nc floor plan 
house, both stoke r ' - I I BTItei 
heat, garage. DUpOnt 4 3443 4t 7 



FOR RENT — 5-room apartment, or will 
divide into two apartments. Phone 
FLeetwood 7-3701 Mrs R. A Tur- 
ner, Bonklick '• ncc Rd. 2t 9* 



FOR RENT — Two re*™,, kitchenette and 
bath, furnished cr unfurnished Call 
JUnipcr 1-3058 after 6 pm. 2f-10* 



FOR RENT — 3 room c^ttoge Red Arrow 
Trailer Court, 2 m i ith of Flor- 

ence on Dixie ; U. S. 25 . 2f-10* 



FOR RENT — Trailer space available at 
Red Arrow Trailer C'»urt, 2 miles 
South of Florence; on US 25. 4t-10* 



Cecelia's -Church, Ii --co. 9 30 

. . . . . . . 

8. 00 • ' '•' lay. I 

FL 7 335 1. Rita M. Gru< • 

and opera) tf 



PRESi. IS — You r px . • 

•• ■• . • ) pharmacist at the 

• ■ . Mill Pharmocy. 

• '• . ■ Mill PiVe. across ft m 

the Fire 4t 8' 



ESTIMATES- Boon^ County Sani- 

tatifjn C" Cl ea n i ng <rwl r«.pouing ,oi 

H€m locli 1 ?64 

WAT . ■ - • 

most watches cleOI ing, oiling, and 
regulating, $4 50 Huber's Jew 

Walton and Erlanger StOfl I ' ■ 

Walton 180. tf 

RAZC : , less than Ic. Se- 

in stamps for 1 00 Don Juan I 
Edge Blades or write for free samples 
All postpaid. National Spec ; olty Sales, 
Box 301, Cincinnati 1, Ohio. 7t-4* 



Ml! '.I '. DAIS i Ml '. ! y -ur 

art to • • ■ jh 

your I unty Artif ial Urcedir-»g 

Coo; i • nician 

Br-n Riley, DU 4 3244 • 

DU 4 31P4 . In tr' ■ „■ t, , ,11 

FL 78001. tf 



'. rURI ^nl , .■■ i n'ond 

'..jrniture ir\, CrV 'ry. 

Cust m cabinet n ■ and 

onti . ,'. .f. 

*•••.. ' . ; 1. tf 



WATCHI i watch rio 

nrw ' ■: j tic wind 

keepers Muber's 
Ji w. Irv W ill jer Storrs. 

tf 

YOUR COWS with N K.P.S.S.— 
fed witl Am, rican Bri i 

Service, r • first nly oil 

proven Sire srrvio- Jl ■ 
Guernsey * Black Angus 

ond Milking Shorthorn. $6.00 breed- 
ing lei For it rvlce, cell. Robert Jack- 
son, FL 7 6681. tf 



MISCELLANEOUS - 

FERTILIZER — Pasture and grass fertili- 
zer, on 5., vi mm. nt purchase, I rd' ' 
4 12-8, farm delivery $4 r 00 !•• I 
Readnour C'xil & Feed Walton, Ky. 
Phone 154 tf 



AUTO & TRUCK Insuranc, now writti n 
for every rw if d rivin g record i 
olso full line of fire a 
once, farmers' liability, and Blue 
Cross. Specials on life insuranc,/ and 
polio policies with our big Southern 
Farm Bureau Lifo Insurance Company 
John E. Criglcr, Agent, Burlington, Ky. 
Phone Burlington 912 tf 




WIND INSURANCE— Our specialty; ul 
so fire insurance, or if fire coverage is 
sufficient with the local assessment 
company wind coverage ccn be written 
to match your fire coverage. John F. 
Crigler, agent, Burlington, Ky. Phone 
Burlington 912. tf 



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1955 DODGE 4-Door, radio, heater, powerflirc 

1954 NASH 4-Door, radio, heater, overdrive 

1953 DODGE 4-Door, radio, heater 

1952 BUICK 2-Door, radio, heater 

PETTIT MOTORS 

FLeetwood 7-4561 Independence. Ky. 



DeMoisey Gas 



FOR . . . HEATING 
...COOKING 
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WALTON, KENTUCKY — THURSDAY, MARCH 15, 1956 



o ! u\tii^*ll - Number 1 1 



Kenlon County 4-H 
Club Council Names 
Officers For the Year 



M tmng Vic* former, 

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Committee oppomtmi 

4 H Foir, Mr'. ) A Blou Mrs 

Rich, Williom I- Browi Rclph 
F. It/ and ' tonl« y 1 ' hamp- 

i • Mtlvin Strom M' Herl ert >'• ■• 
Mrs William Lawler an,! I- berl Huff 
man 

. jotis t . ■■ '■ " Kentucky 

District 4H Leaders Council include 
j . and Mrs J A.. Blou. with 

J A Blou and Mr and Mr\ Mrlvin 
Strom listed os alt," '■ I •legotei ti 
■ ••• K ' y Commit 
ti. ». -. iisted as Mrs Denver Binder 
Mr ond Mrv Th -mos L Stephenson, pnd 

He r be rt V i • 

. ;krr at the occasion was G J 
Mt Kinney *p«CI0litt in 4 H yy Ifk I r 
'. .in Kentucky Entertainment wos 

furm ■•• ".'iss Pat.v ' Ond 

V Nancy Carlisle ( unty 4M club 
• 

I ,. • Of the 4-H tl :d«r v Of- 

gonual ' ' in an OdVit ry copoc- 

ir y to • >*<- Ayi.. ...'.'.! !•• • n Scrvm: 



ling ft hvil • • ' 

ly 60 ond girls • n 4-H 

CJu' yy Off" i" ► l ' mty 

• preienl at the annual meelng 

Mrs Denver Binder", Stanley Bird. 

Mr and Mrs J A Blou, Mr ond Mrs 

A rjm R Br, *rt V' J hn Carlisle. 

, Carlisle, Mr and Mrs George 

i Mi ond Mrs Kali h f oltl.Mr, 

• ■,• Robert H •"■" • Mr and Mrs 

William Lawler Mr ond Mrs Robert 

■ I >ts> lockson Mrs Bluch Rich. 

Mr and Mrs 1 homos L Stephenson, 

Mr an.) Mrs '.' I " Mr ond 

Mi Herbert V. rkj Miss Zelmo Byerly 

i •.■ • ' ■ n l Rilei 

C A WicHund 

VIRGIL E. STEWART 

, i . * . • . ' t Th 

! teworl 8 1 of frit 

'i 5, at the Dry 

Ridge ( nvolest i nt H imi Kit, i wi n 

■ ■ . i- 

h, yyith tnjr iol in Mill, n I Cemi t| ry 

Mr ■ ti * • Nett 

v 

• y illr Mr'. I i lyn NlX I t I 

ton, and Mi n <mA Miss 

May Steworl I n ond 

William Stewart I hermon 
i lewart of InoV i'i n fence. 



MRS. CLARA DAILEY 

Services for Mrs Cloro Mann Dailey, 
82 who died March 6 at her hixn, ir 
Crittenden were held last Friday ottei 
noon at the Crittenden Baptist Church 
vyith burial in Gordnersville Cimit. r> 

A native oj Grant county, Mrs D 
was a member of the Crittenden (■ 
Church ' I i r husbond. James 

T Daii' *s ond a r 



MRS BETTY MOORE 

Mi I-, rl . .1 irn M « r.- 28 T 
; - . • i . • . bed I t . El i 

March 9 was a nato. i < 

Visoba 

;nd, Di mp 
ey Moon a l ' Wood n ( irk, Jr 
! Mr. John Haxux. 



o 1 1 of \ five si; ti rs Mm Vii 

1'in vm '■ ■ > O nrinnotr , — rM« — Jo se ph Bad 



Engaged to Scotch Girl 

Mr ond Mrs Andrew W Hayes, 64 
Midti n Road, Ayr. 5c 'Hand, have on 
in urn, I Ihl i ' ,.; ), mi r t Of their dough - 
t, r Jeon, to A It Richard B Com, son 
( I Mr ond Mr'. Thomas Cam, Station 
Road, Independence Airman Cam is 
stationed at Prcstwick A F.B , Scotland, 
:, .[ atl i" i 
Ihi' wadding will be an ornl oi early 
Octob. I 



mnn of Visolio, Mrs Lula Heideman of 
Er longer and Mrs Mary Sanders ond 
Mrs Jewel Petht, both of Covington, 
three brothers, Joseph Horns of Cincin- 
nati ond Albert and Wil'iam Horns, both 
of Visolio 

ServK es wi r t hi Id ot thi Swindler fun- 
eral home, Covimjton. with Rev W. L 
h,nh. pastor of Visolio baptist Church 
officiating Burial wos in Floral Hills 
Cemeti ry 

PTA Meeting, March 21 

The Walton Verona P T. A will m,r I 
at the Walton school, Wednesday, Morch 
2 ' at 3 I 5 p m The president urge» 
oil (XJ,ents to attend, and if anyone de- 
sins transportation, please call Walton 
74V Flans are being mode for o Fathers 
Day meeting In April - " - 

Simon Kenton PTA 
Hears Safety Talk 
At Regular Meeting 

The Simon Kenton PTA met in the 
• , the March m, I 
with Mrs Thomos Fmney president, pre- 
siding 

Rev William Parker gave the do 

• nol Capt Ed Fenton of the Kenton 

not, P. lici gave on interesting tolk 

', t. Mi stn .sod the use i f sofety 

ll ■■ biles A blm wos shown, 

ti rmg the u ■■ (belt 

m tii n Occidents wire enocti I l * I . 

dummies stropped in cars By using the 

• , r belts tin' dummies wire not 

thrown Irm th,ir WOt! This would 

prove that us< ft! I * uW -. Ip 

n duce the iniui ii t the humor, 

psked Copt Fenton 

ll ly 

Plan .> ■, ' rmul ited ' ' ''■ Spring 

■ ,,)l April 6 Booths will feature 

parcel i st ba k er y on.) dome made 

', n d mOJ k Oo,| linens 
• rid, and other items 

Sandwiches soft drinks ond ice cream 

purchased m the cafeteria. A 

• .- ' been arranged for part 

t ti,, tertail menf 

Mr I • ond Miss Hiteman's i m 
.^ ■ '■ nee award 

Mrs Harold Malfhill was elected as 
pn Ident I I the coming year Others 
ploced in offiCl win Mrs Helen Collins, 
i be ted to till an urn xpin d t« im, as vice 
president, and Mrs John Butler as sec- 
retory Mrs Dawson Hightower will i m 
tinue b,r duties as treasurer. 

Mrs Bryont Rust had charge of re- 
freshments 



Rev. Atkinson Speaks 
At Meeting of Walton 
Woman's Literary Club 

• bgions of India." was the topic of 
i m t intei ting ond informative talk 



gi Vcr , i , '. , I .... a E AtVinson, 

• - of the Wo I ton Methodist Church, 

ond o * rrrni r mi s. ,n.;r v to India, at the 

March mi • (in | i * the Walton Woman's 

Literary I lul ll thi Phoi nix Restouront, 

with Mrs Grover C Ransom, hostess. 

T>,, president Mrs Julio A Rouse, 

, ir ted the meeting, which opened 

with to. ; I. .f.j- t the flog followed 

Sam 



1 . 'he club colli ' t 
Sleet os leoder 



ith Mrs. 



B 



Three Youths From 
This Area Taking 
Marine Training 



Privote Arlis G Davis, 18, son of Mr 
ond Mo. Hobert L Davis, Verona, Route 
I, has enlisted in the U. S. Mormc Corp, 
Along with other newly accepted Marine 
recruits from the Northern Kentucky Re 
cruitmg Station, City Bldg , Covington, 
he has departi d for San Diego, Calif , to 
begin ten weeks training in basic Marine 
Corps subjects. 

Other youths who have joined from 
Northern Kentucky are Privates Robert 
J Mottcoli, Jr ., 18, son of Mr. and Mrs 
Robert J. Mattcoli, Sr., Route I, South 
Fort Mitchell, and Don B. Plageman, 17, 
son of Mr ond Mrs Joseph B. Plageman 
of Hompfling Road, Morning View. 

They will undergo four weeks of ad- 
vanced training at Camp Pendleton, Colif. 
on completion of recruit training They 
will then return home on leave prior to 
any further assignment MatteoN and 
man, athletes at Simon Kenton High 
School, were outstanding basketball play- 
ers. 



DEAN -WATTS 



Zoda Dean, daughter of Mr. and' Mrs 
Hi imon Caldwell, Walton, and Frank 
Watts, son of Mr and Mrs Roosevelt 
Watts. Harrodsburg, were united in mar- 
nogi' on Saturday, March 10, by the 
Rev Kelly Kennedy, pastor f New Bi thi 

I Church, Verona. The attendants 
•■. , M' and Mrs Clarence Potnck, of 
•'• lit ■ The newly weds are living in 
Wo I ton , . . 

Circuit Judge Is Named 

j'lune N Williams, Jr , Fronkfort, a 
i assistant ottorney general, has 
■ i amed special judge to try all coses 
c .mmrj before the Boone Circuit O . urt, 
Burlington. The appointment, mode by 
Chief Justice James B. Milliken of the 
C urt of Appeals, covers the period 
March 12 to June 30 



To Sell Flowers for Easter 

Ti,, Bykota Sunday School class of the 

Walton Christian Church will be selling 
Mowers foi Eastei this year. They will 
have -oil kinds, including p> tti it plants, 
cut flowers, and corsages. All flowers 
w ill comi from the Family Gardens 
! I wi ' Shop at Florence' Orders may be 
placed now and picked up on Friday 
ofti rni on or all day Saturday (March 30 
and 31) Watch this paper for announce- 
nirnl of ligation of shop. 

For bi st selection, order now. - Call 
Evi lyn Rouse, Walton 1483; Maida 
Holder, Walton 1315, or Ben Doon. 
II (wood 7-5919. 

Skating Party, March 27 

The C, Y. F. of the Walton Christian 
Church will sponsor a skating party ot 
the Walton Rollerdrome, on Tuesday, 
Morch 27. 

This group will also give o youth pro- 
gram ot the local church, Sunday eve- 
ning, March 18, at 7:30 p m. 

All are invited to attend these affairs 
and support the youth of this community. 

St. Cecilia Social Mar. 21 

Ladies of the St. Cecilia parish In- 
dependence, will sponsor their monthly 
social On Wednesday afternoon, March 
21, from 1:30 to 4:00, in the church 
basement. Everyone welcome. 



Mrs James Powers gave the spiritual 
guidance with a folk, captioned "Trust 
in the Lord, a cry for help," using the 
23rd ond 27th Psalms. 

Following a tolk on "Cancer," a con- 
tribution wos made to the fund for can- 
cer control 

The club was pleased to welcome Mrs 
Luke Jameison os a new member. 

Mrs Rouse named the following tc 
■>., as a nominating committee for of- 
ficers for the coming year Mrs- Scott 
Chambers, chairman; Mrs. Alan Gomes 
ond Mrs D. L Lusby. 

Delightful refreshments were served 
,,ng odiournment Members ond 
guests attending were: Mrs. John Myers, 
Mrs Mart Racey, Mrs Forest Thompson, 
Mrs W O Rouse, Mrs A. £ Atkinson, 
Mrs Grover C Ransom, Mrs W. D. 
Scroggm, Mrs Marvin Kendall, Mrs 
James Webster, Mrs J C. Bedmger, 
Mrs C Scott Chombers, Mrs. D. L. Lus- 
b> Mrs A R Johnson, Mrs J E Mc- 
Cobe, Mrs Jomes Powers, Mrs. C. W. 
Ronslel Mrs J R Wofloce, Mrs. . L. 
Hamilton, Mrs A P. Stephens, Mrs Som 
B Sleet, Mrs Luke Jomieson, ond Mrs. 
Cjcrt'ude Gardt. 

LUTHER C. READNOUR 

Luther Clem Readnour. 72, Hamilton 
Landing, Boone county, died Tuesdoy at 
Booth Hospitol, Covington. A retired 
farmer ond o notive of Grant county 
Mr Readnour was a member of Mt 
Pleasant Christian Cnurch, Grant county 

Survivors include his widow, Mrs. Myra 
Sparks Readn, ur two daughters, Mrs 
Anno Belle Moore of Walton, Route 2. 
and Miss Ethclyne Readnour at home 
Cliff rd Carl and Clarence 
• our, oil of Walton, Star Route, and 
Harvey Readnour of Covington, and three 
grondchildri n 

Services will be held this (Thursday) 
oft< mo. n at two o'clock at the Hughes 
Chapel Methodist Church, Beaver, with 
bunal in the church cemetery , 

Chambers ond Grubbs funeral home, 
Florence, have charge of arrangements 

Boone Wool Pool to Meet 

Th, annual Boone County Wool P, ! 
meeting will be held ut 1.30 p. m, on 
lay March 22, at the Form Bureau 
in Burlington, according to R 
■ I president. 

At this meeting new officers and di- 
rectors will be elected for 1956 and plans 
• , , ;!mg the 1956 wool crop will be 
made All sheepmen arc urged to attend 
this meeting. Last year, pool mere 1 ■ i 
got about six cents per pound more t ' 
their wool than those who sold elsewh, re 

PINER TALENT SHOW 

Tin annual talent show of the Piner 
Elementary School will be held in the 
school auditorium on Thursday, March 
22, at 8:00 p m. 

Harry J-. Johnson, local auctioneer is 
to serve bs master of ceremonies. Com- 
petition is open to any child attending 
th, Piner school. Acts will be ji 
and prizes awarded. There will be no 
admission charge. 

Girl Srouts to Be Recognized 

A special recognition service for mem- 
bers of the newly organized Girl Scout 
Troop 201 and Brownie Troop 198 of 
Walton will be held in the local Meth- 
odist Church, Sunday, March' 18. at 1.1 
a m. All members who. are ahle to do 
so are rrivited to attend in uniform, meet- 
ing in the church hall at 10:55 a m. 
Members of the families of the girls and 
the public ore also cordially Invited 

Mr ond Mrs. R L. Slayback, Sr'. of 
Beaver, and Mr. and Mrs. John Slavbackr 
of Union, have returned from a two 
weeks vacation ot Miami Beach, Fla 

Mr and Mrs. R L. Slayback, Jr , of 
Beaver, ore the proud porent.s of a daugh- 
ter, Karen Sue, born March 10, at St. 
Elizabeth Hospital. Mother ond 
are doing niCl lv ■ BSbby is letter carrier 
in WaTton. 

About two million certified strawberry 
plants have been dug in Pulaski county. 



The appointment was mode necessary 
ii ' the absence of Circuit Judge Ward 
• . - of Warsaw, who is o patient in 
Good Samaritan Hospital, Cincinnati, con- 
valescing from a heart oilmenf. 

Piner 4-H Club Meets 

On Wednesday, March 7, the Piner 
4-H Club held its monthly meeting After 
the regular business session, members 
presented o very interesting program. 

G J McKenny, specialist in 4-H work 
from the University of Kentucky, attend- 
ed the meeting Also in attendance wos 
the assistant county ogent, Thomas L. 
Riley, two of the mothers, Mrs. John 
Carlisle and Mrs. James Woods, and the 
club's leaders, W. R Brown and Mrs 
1 E Mann Reports on various projects 
were given by club members, and wotk 
is progressing nicely. 

Christian Church Services 

Services ot the Walton Christian 
Church, Sunday, March 18, are; Bible 
School, 10 a. m.; worship services at 1 1 
a m , with Rev. T. F. Reavis as speaker 
The youth will have charge of services ot 
7 30 p. m , with a speoker. 

On Wednesday, Morch 21, ot 7:30 p 
m. Rev Mendenholl of Illinois, will be 
the speoker. This minister is o prospect 
for the pastorate of this church, and oil 
members are urged to be present. 



Teen Canteen Dance 
At Independence Set 
For Saturday Evening 



Rebels Take Regional; 
Play Mayfield In State 



The first St Patrick Day dance to be 
sponsored by the Teen-age Canteen of 
Independence, will be held in the Amer- 
ican Legion Home Independence Satur- 
day evening, March 17. The dance will 
begin ot 8:00 p m and will end ot 1 2 00 
midnight with music by Art Rouse and 
his combo A donation of 60 cent I • 
stags, and $1 00 for drags will !. 

' ol i 1 door All teen-agers ore 
cordially invited to attend this commun- 
ity proicct 

The club is depending on oil teen- 
agers in the community who enjoy good 
music and gaiety to make it o dote to 
attend this affair. Parents and friends 
are also invited. 

Officers and members of the Teen-age 
Canteen wish to thank the following for 
donations to the Canteen: Beechgrove 
HoWiemakers, H&G Stephens Grocery, 
Robert X. West, Dr. Fronklin Dougherty, 
Criswell Service Station, R. W. Gross 
Appliances, Bonk of Independence, G. 
Riley's Market, Dr. Nelson Boyd, Stith's 
Borber Shop, Pettit Motors, Wilson's 
General Store, Dr. F. W. Roy, Rita's 
Beauty Shop, Contractor W G. Fite, Moy- 
hugb -Lumber Company, Nicholson TV 
Sales and Service, Damon's White Tower 
Grocery, and Geo. W. Hill Grocery Co. 
Also members of Moon Bros. Post, 275, 
American Legion, for the generous do- 
nation of their hall and the use of the 
furniture ' ' 

Blackburn, City Attorney 

Walton's City Council named Robert 
Blackburn, of Wiltiomstown, to the post 
of Walton City Attorney, at a meeting 
Monday night 

In other action, the board occepted 
the rules ond by-lows drawn up by o 
group desiring to farm the Wolton Fish- 
ing Club, and gave permission to organ- 
ize. Fifty members are listed on the ros- 
ter of the proposed club, which will hove 
headquarters at the city reservoir. The 
club has not yet elected officers. 

Men's Brotherhood to Meet 

The Menjs Brotherhood of the First 
Baptist -Church, Walton will meet Mon- 
day evening at 7:30 The program will 
consist of o film and special music from 
the Erlanger Baptist Church. Refresh- 
ment! will be Served! All men are urged 
to attend. 



JERRY PROFFITT 

Jerry Profbtt, age 77, of Middletown, 
Ohio, passed away ot Miami Valley Hos- 
pital, Middletown, Friday, March 9. He 
was a retired contractor. 

Surviving are two sons, Di Hard Proffitt 
of Walton, ond Millard Proffitt of Evons- 
ville, Ind., and a grandson, Johnnie 
Proffitt of Hamilton, Ohio, also o step- 
son, Kash Mortm, of Verona. 

Funeral services were held Sunday af- 
ternoon, March I 1, ot the Hamilton Fun- 
eral Home, Verona, with Rev. Kelly 
Kennedy officiating Burial was in New 
Bethel Cemetery, Verona. 



Slate Trooper Speaks 
At Meeting of Simon 
Kenton FHA Chapter 



The F. H. A. Chapter of Simon Ken- 
ton High School had as speaker at a 
meeting, Thursday, March 1 , Trooper 
Juett of the Kentucky Police Deportment. 
Trooper Juett opened his talk by discuss- 
ing the "Three C's of Driving." They 
ore courtesy caution and common sense. 
Trooper Juett said, "if we do not have 
courtesy in driving we may cause some 
other person's deoth besides our own. If 
we oil drove like we should, with caution, 
there wouldn't be nearly as mony deaths 
on the highway as there ore todays You 
should always use common sense when 
driving because you may save the life 
by so doing. Even if you hove the right- 
of ; way and the other driver is in the 
wrong, you should always use your com- 
mon sense and save your own life as 
well os the ether driver's." 

Trooper Juett ended his talk by telling 
about his experiences while patrolling 
the highways. Then he showed a film 
about two drivers, one o very good driver 
and the other a very fast and reckless 
one. In the end, the boy who drove 
recklessly and tried to show off his new 
car, ron into another car wr \e tr ying to 
pass on a hill. The people -+rWne other 
car were killed and so was the boy who 
was such a reckless driver. The girl 
that was with him was injured for life. 
This is what happens to reckless drivers 
who don't obey the laws of sofety. 

Spcciol guests were the Future Farm- 
ers and they, ond oil the Future Home- 
makers, enjoyed Trooper Juett's talk ond 
film very much. After the program, 
Ramona Sallec presented Trooper Juett 
with a box of candy. Ht then had lunch 
with some of the Future Homemakers. 



CHARLES P. ROBINSON 

Charles P. Robinson, retired farmer, 
died Tuesday at the Carlsbad Rest Home, 
Dry Ridge. A native of Gallatin county, 
he was 85 years old. Mr. Robinson re- 
sided m Florence, and was a member of 
the Big Bone Baptist Church. 

Surviving are two daughters, Mrs. 
Golda Hegge and Mrs. Weltha Often, 
both of Florence; two sons, Paul Robin- 
son of Florence, and Wilbur Robinson of 
Covington; a stepson, Luther Sutton of 
Warsaw; four brothers, Elmer Robinson 
of New Castle, Ind., John Robinson of 
Rushville, Ind., Boone Robinson of 
Patriot, Ind , and Russell Robinson ot 
Richwood; a grandchild, and three great- 
grandchildren. 

Services were held this (Thursdav 1 
morning at Paint Lick Baptist Church. 
Burial was in the church cemetery, with 
Chambers and Grubbs funeral home of 
Florence, in charge. 

WILLIAM S. HUEY 

Services for Williom S. Huey, retired 
Boone county farmer, who died last Sun- 
day ot the home of his daughter, Mrs. 
George Walton of Burlington, were held 
Tuesday afternoon ot the Belleview Bap- 
tist Church. Burial was in the Belleview 
Cemetery. Mr. Huey, who was 80, lived 
on Burlington, Route 2. 

Besides his daughter, he leaves hi$ 
widow, Mrs. Pearl Sullivan Huey; a son, 
James Huey, Burlington; six grandchild- 
ren, ond two great-grandchildren. 

Bake Sale, Saturday 

The Ladies Auxiliary of the Walton 
Volunteer Fire Department, will sponsor 
a bake sale Soturday, March 17, at 
Ryan's Hardware & Dry Goods store 
starting at 10:00 a. m. Home-mcdc 
cakes, pies and candy will be on sale 
Any and all donations will be greatly 
' appreciated. 



Boone Downs Newport 
In the Regional Finals 

Boone County is representing the Ninth 
Region in the state basketball tourna- 
ment began Wednesday night in Me- 
morial Coliseum, Lexington The Rebels 
are to face Mayfield, First Region win- 
ners, in opening round action tonight 
at 7.30. 

An estimated 3,000 persons, one of 
the largest crowds ever to watch a bas- 
ketball gome in Northern Kentucky, saw 
the Rebels take advantage of excessive 
Newport Public fouling in the late stages 
to break open o close contest, and win 
by a 69-59 score, Saturday night in the 
regional finals at Florence. 

The game opened as o fiercely con- 
tested battle with the score tied eight 
times before Newport took o 17-16 lead 
at the quarter. After Utz registered eight 
points in the second period to send 
Boone County to a 33-29 advantage at 
halftime, the Rebels come on the floor 
with a vengeonce following intermission 
to raise the count to 37-29 with only 
40 seconds gone. Newport never recov- 
ered from this disadvantage. Boone led 
at the end of the third period, 55-49, 
and moved away in the final period. 

Newport could only moke nine free 
throws in 15 attempts to Boone County's 
23 for 28. The Wildcats, paced by 
Turner's 21 points, ©utscored .the Rebels 
from the field, 25 to 23. Utz led the 
winners in scoring, with 22 points, while 
Crigler added 20. However, it wos a 
team victory for Boone County in every 
sense of the phrase. 

Cooperative's Worth Increases 

Southern States . Cooperative's net 
worth increased over two million dollars 
during the first six months of the 1955- 
56 fiscal year, according to a report 
presented by C. A. Jackson, Richmond, 
Va., to members at their annual regional 
board meeting held recently in Cynthiano. 

Net worth of the South's largest co- 
operative stood at $40,610,000 Dec. 31, 
1955, as compared with $37,730,000 
for the same dote in 1954. Net savings 
of the cooperative for the first half of 
the 1955-56 fiscal yeor totaled $2,078,- 
000 which was one of the largest totals 
in a comparable period during the post 
six years. 

Approximately 70 mmbers of Southern 
States Coperative community advisory 
boards, directors of affiliated coopera- 
tives ond Cooperative Service Agency 
managers attended the Cynthiano meet- 
ing. 



Purdy Re-elected President 

At a meeting of the Board of Directors 
of the Northern Kentucky Federal Land 
Bank, held last week, O. W. Purdy of 
Waterloo, Boone county, was re-elected 
president for 1956. A. J. McNees was 
named vice president. Other directors 
are Charles G. Watson, Walton; H. W. 
Bertram, Cold Springs; 0. C. Young, 
Morning View, ond R. L. Vincent, Wil- 
liamstown. At a recent meeting, the 
board voted to pay o 5% dividend to 
stockholders of the association. 

Girl Scouts. Brownies 
Receive Pins Tuesday 
Night In Ceremony 

Troops 198 and 201, of Walton, re- 
ceived their Scout pins in a very impres- 
sive ceremony at the Christian Church, 
Tuesday night. Those who were pinned 
are now official members of their re- 
spective troops. 

In observance of Girl Scout Week, J. 
E. Falls will admit, free of charge, all 
Brownies and Girl Scouts of Walton, ond 
their leaders, to o movie on Friday night, 
March 16, at 8 o'clock. All Scouts will 
be in uniform or have their Scout pin on 
for admittance. Both troops will met in 
front of the City Building at 7:45 to go 
to the theater in a body, 

This being Girl Scout Week, both 
troops will be recognized ot the morning 
worship hour at the local Methodist 
Church, Sunday morning, March 18. 

The State Health Deportment a' Louis- 
ville coopetoted with Hickman county 
i mi. makers and presented information 
on safety practices in the home. 



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Mr. ond Mrs. Nathan Brewster of High 
Street, hove both been ill with the flu, 
but are better at this time. 

Miss Rene DeMoisey was a recent 

guest of Miss Layna Oecsmorv 

Frank Watts, nephew of Clarence 
Patrick, ond Mrs. Zaaa.Dean, daughter 
of Mr and Mrs Herman Caldwell, were 
married ot the Baptist parsonoge irv Ve- 
rona, Saturday evenin. They were din- 
ner guests of Mr and Mrs. Clarence 
Patrick. 

Mrs. Reata Sutton and son were Sun- 
day dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Clar- 
ence Patrick. 

Mr. and Mrs. Emmirt-Word entertain- 
ed their son and wife, Mr. ond Mrs. 
Glenn Ward, and son of Cincinnati, on 
Sunday. 

Mrs. Ora Stone, Mr. and Mrs. Clayton 
Jones, Mrs. Ruby Treadway and Mrs. 
Queenie Webster attended friendship 
night at Dora Chapter, Order of Eastern 
Star, at Dayton, last Friday evening. 

Mr. and Mrs. Ward Rice and sons 
were Sundoy afternoon guests of her 
sister and husband, Mr. ond Mrs. Chester 
Sturgeon, and family. 

Mrs. Lenoro Bossong was the Friday 
oftemoon guest of Mrs. Lotto Powers. 

Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Bailey and little 
son of Indianapolis, Ind., were weekend 
guests of her grandmother, Mrs. Ora 
Stone. 

Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Presser visited 
their son Sunday at the University of 
Kentucky. 

Mrs. Peorl Johnson of Cincinnati, 
was the Tuesday night guest of Mrs. 
James Webster of High School Court, 
ond attended the Woman's Club meeting 
Wednesday at thePhoenix Restaurant. 

Mr. ond Mrs. Frank Wotts will leave 
Tuesday for several days ot Harrodsburg 
ond Somerset, Ky. 

Mr. ond Mrs. Chester Sturgeon and 
family attended a fish fry at the home 
of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Sturgeon, Sun- 
day evening. 



Mrs Eva Ashcraft of Crittenden, was 
the Monday afternoon guest of her niece 
and family, Mrs. Ruth Glenn. 

Ann Dudgeon is seriously ill ot the 
home of her daughter, Mr. and Mrs 
Bernard Stephenson. 

Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Slayback are re- 
ceiving congratulations on the orrival 
of a little daughter. 

Mrs. Zayda Clore called on Mrs. Lotta 
Powers, Saturday afternoon. 

Mr. and Mrs Molcolm Simpson and 
Mrs. Mayme Simpson were the Tuesday 
dinner guests of Ora Stone. 

Emma M. Whiting Council, Daughters 
of America, held their regular meeting 
Monday evening, with the following 
members present: Mrs. Viola Roberts, 
Mrs Evelyn Sizemore Mrs Mary Phillips, 
Mrs Christine Smith, Mrs Myrtle Car- 
lisle Mrs. Mabel Webster ond Mr^ 
Roberta Duchcmin. 

Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Sizemore went 
shopping in the city Saturday afternoon 
and came home with a new Oldsmobile 
Rev. Hampton Adams and mother, 
Mrs. Katie Adams, of New York Citv, 
and Mrs. Ruth Graham of Warsaw, were 
Wednesday guests of Mr. and Mrs Henry 
Sleet and Mrs Ella Weaver. 

Mr. and Mrs Stanley Allen and child- 
ren and Mrs. Dora Fields were Sunday 
guests of Mr. ond Mrs. John Fields and 
daughter of Dry Ridge. 

Mrs. Flora Summey spent last week 
with her daughter and family, Mr and 
Mrs. Leo Flynn. Mrs. Flynn was con- 
fined to her home with the flu. 

Miss Marie Armstrong is visiting her 
niece, Mrs. C. T. Pickett, of Covington. 



Mrs Oro Stone was the Sunday night 
guest of her daughter and husband, 
Mr and Mrs C T Pickett, Covington 

Tht Walton Homemakers met at the 
home of Mrs Fronk. Penick, last Friday, 
with Mrs Hermon Newton co hostess 



Roll call wos answered with the name of 
a city in Ceylon. Devotional wos. given 
jp^, by Mrs. Cleve Morsh Panel discussion 
Sunday with his parents, Mr. ond Mrs. «*« Ceylon was given by Mrs. Queenie 
D. K. Johnson. Mrs. Nell Prettie called Webster Second lesson on retimshing of 

furniture wos given The minor protect 
is for members to moke aprons to be 
vld at the county fair. Those present 
Mrs. Pascal Bush, Mrs Anna Lancaster, 



The GA's of Amity Baptist Church 
took the banner for having the best ot- 
tendance at fhe rally held in ti»- rirtl 

Baptist Church, Covington The FTVO|i ' 1 1 v 
ot churches in the North Bend Associa- 
tion were represented Miss Jean Bach, 



on the Johnsons, Monday. 

Walton Chapter, Order of Eostern Star, 
will hold its regular meeting ot the 
Masonic Hall, Monday evening, March 
1 9 ond will also observe friendship nite. 
Miss Betty Waters is confined to her 
home with scarlet fever. She is the dau- 
ghter of Mr. and Mrs. Eorl Waters. 

Mrs. Hess Vest is slowly improving in 
health Mrs. Ora Stone ond Mrs. Flora 
Summey are staying with her, week o- 
bout. 

Miss Ruth Smith of Latonia, wos the 
Sunday guest of her father, Art Smith, 
and Mrs Smith ot High Street. 

Mr ond Mrs. Ferdie Stephenson were 
Monday guests of their daughter and 
husband, Mr. and Mrs. John Fields, of 
L • . Ridge. 

Mrs Sally Miller is no better ot this 
time 

Mr. and Mrs John Fields and daugh- 
ter and Mrs. Dcra Fields left Tuesday 
to visit Mrs. Dora Fields' ■ ns, Mr and 
Mr James R Fields and Charles Allen 
and daughter in Wichita, Kan. 

Mr ison is still a 

patient in St Elizabeth Hospital, but get- 
ting along nicel> since her accident. 
Mr. and Mrs Levi Pennington had as 



nary ti' Nigeria^ brought an Tn^ 
spirational messoge. 

Mary Wdrd and daughter, Linda, of 



Covington, ami T*omm> Brumback of In- 
dependence, were guests, of the writer 
and w'i Sunday 

Mis. Karen Mevei >>( '.kywoy Drive, It 
in Booth Hospital for a checkup Her 
many friends are hoping -.tie will be 

home iobn 

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Mrs Scott Lancaster, Mrs. Cleve Marsh, 
Mrs Herman Newton, Mrs Carrie Rouse, 
Mrs Mayme Simpson, Mrs Forest S 
Thompson, Mrs Homer Winburn, Mrs. 
James S Webster, Mrs Mark Racey, 
Mrs. Jim Woods, Mrs James Newby, 
Mrs. Gilbert Groger, Mrs. Mary K. 
Stephens Mr' Luke Jameson; a visitor, 
Mrs Russell Groger, and the host, Mrs 
fronk Penick 



WHI1B TOWER 




RADIATORS 

Repaired and Cleaned 



Mr. ond Mi Km I Pi Kath- 

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m ri (, unds on I ■ 

uncos. Thtv hos. ■ 

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Mrs Bluch Rich entertained about . g 

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lay A deli jhfful lunch was vers. ■ 



BODY WORK 

Painting - Retouching 




WRECKER SERVICE ... DAY or NIGHT 



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Expert Carburetor Work 



Not many trbocco beds are ma I 
dinner guests Sunday, their daughter and account of so much rain lot. ly 
husband, Mr. ond Mrs Aubrey Eckler, Butch Niemey t the Tower came 

of Ludlow; thcr son and wife, Mr, ond! home on a furlough Friday from th< 
Mrs. Jimmy Pennington and son of New- 1 Arnr, 

port; Mr. and Mrs H Rheinhart and M,. Ivin Vincent is making good pro 

Mr. and Mrs. Carl Rheinhart of Bromley. ! gross with his house which he is build- 
Mrs Katie Adams of New York City, j rng at the top of the hill, the highest] 
is the guest of Mrs Ella Weaver. j point in Kenton county 



Dixie 



Body Work and Painting 

CHEVROLET 
SALES 




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WALTON, KY. 



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NURSERY STOCK 

Fruit Trees ond Petted Roses 

LILLARD'S NURSERY 

6129 Taylor Mill Road. FL 7-3561 



SPECIAL 



Every Friday during Lent buy ONE 
Fish Sandwich and get ONE FREE. 
Also serving Chicken, Jack Salmon, 
and Beer . . . bring the family in for 
a treat. 

TELEPHONE WALTON 1269 

Wayside Plaza 

U. S. Highway 42 at Beaver Lick 




$1.25 



FAMOUS FOR 

Delicious Pan Fried 

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of the Chevies you see Dinah 
Shore modeling ... a new 
Corvette and a Bel Air 4-Door 
Sedan ... by answering a 
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supplying the best last line 
to a chorus of "See the 
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at all the Chivies 
being given away! 



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12A prizes in all! 

Here's your chance to own 

two new models of America's 
hottest, happiest car — for 
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pve you an ollieial contest 
form. Then, we'll forward 
your entry to the judges. 
The contest clo lea April 11 — 
and the earlier you enter, 
the more chances you havo 
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Phone 95 



Walton, Ky. 



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15, 



1956 



WALTON ADVERTISER, WALTON, KENTUCKY 



Page Three 



VERONA 



Mr unit Mrs Bernard Wilym *c re 
fitertomed in the home of M r, ond Mr* 



Roi« rt ► (' "i. r, Sunday 

Mr urui Mr. Curtis Chondlcr of Cin- 
cinnati .(int Saturday night ami Sunday 
With hii brother, Mr and Mri. Morgan 
Chandler 

Jomi | Whltton was calling^ on Mr. ond 
Mrs H D Ednngton, Sunday afternoon 




When The Crash 

Comes - Be 

Protected 



r^^^Mutual fnsuranom 
_^r Company 

J. B. JOHNSON 

AGf'JT 
PHONI 11} WALTON, KY. 



Mr ond Mrs Gene Conner of Coving- 
ton, visited her uncle, Boyd Williams, 
and family, Saturday, and Miss Charlene 
Williams went home with them and spent 
the night on Sunday They went to Paris 
and spent the day with Mrs Comer's sis- 
ter, M rs Pinkie Ritchie, and Mr. Ritchie 
and children. Other yjsitors in the 
Ritchie home were Mr. and Mrs. Homer 
Beach ond family of near Ghent. 

Mrs. Susie Glore was calling on Mrs 
Pearl Lomn, Sunday afternoon. Mrs. 
Lomn is not feeling so good. 

There sure is a lot of sickness in our 
community at this time. 

Rev and Mrs Ralph Curry and child- 
ren were visiting their daughter, Pat, ond 
husband of near Frankfort, Sunday. 

Mrs Flonnie Edrington was calling on 
Mrs. Zoomie Dyer, Friday afternoon. 

Mr and Mrs H D. Edrington hod a 
■Card lii.t Wi dnesday, from their dough- 
ti i Mr and Mrs Harvey Hughes. They 
wtrt in Birmingham, Alo , on their way 
to Miami, Flo, to visit Mrs Hughes' 
aunt, Mr ond Mrs Lloyd Gibbs. They 
said it was nice and hot in Birmingham. 

We i ■!• nd sympathy to Mrs Geneva 
ind 'laughter in the | 
then I vi I i > i- Carl Th ■ ■ i : ■ , 
Mrs Th ornton is a cousin of thr 



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We ore very sorry to report Charles 
Losey hod a very bad heart attack Sat- 
urday evening at his home. Glad to 



vribe. 

Wi , to hear of Marvin Sut- 

tol again H ; • 
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Mr V. Ivii Willi litis 01 ' lough- 

'i *■ •■ tailing on Mrs I nnii Edring 
V ■ ' ly m iminflr- 

'■' ■ • . unly hQmirti i-irs havt 

• iched theii g-xil of '2(1 homemakers 

f 400 

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learn he is much improved. 

Mrs. J. A. Keeney returned home Sun- 
day after several weeks with her sisters 
of Independence, recuperating from sev- 
erol weeks illness at St Elizabeth Hos- 
pitol. 

Poul Damon is trying to walk some on 
his crutches after being confined to his 
bed with a broken ankle We wish him 
a speedy recovery. 

Earl Honna received sad news Satur- 
day of his only brother, Walter, being 
seriously III in a Lexington hospital. 

This entire community was saddened 
to learn of the death of Mrs. Grace 
Thornton of Covington, formerly a neigh- 
bor in this community for o good many 
years. 

We are glod to report o good attend- 
ance at Sunday School ogam We had 75 
Sunday. Would liki to hove 100 next 
Sunday. If you are not attending Sunday 
School anywhere *> invite you to come 
i uf and j'in us ot r tuf! rrjsburg ond 
Sunday, 10 a m Everybody welcome 
You know w. ' ild bi in Sundoy School 



Mrs Bcatty Moore of Visolia, passed 
away at St. Elizabeth Hospital, where 
she had been a patient for five months. 
God saw fit to take her to her heavenly 
home. 

Mr. and Mrs. Ed Armstrong were the 
gm I of hi r niece, Mrs. Dawson Bal- 
li n g er,. and h u s bo n d -one day the post 



week. 

Mrs. Will House spent last Monday 
with her sister, Mrs. Chas. Losey, enjoy- 
ing her birthday anniversary. 

We are receiving some new neighbors 
in our community. A Mr. Hutchison and 
family are moving into the Mrs. Ida 
Hoffman home on Stoffordsburg Rood. 

Farmers ond county agents from nine 
counties attended a fruit and vegetoble 
marketing meeting at Prestonsburg. 



MANY FARMS HAVE 
WATER PROBLEMS 

A survey which the Universitv of Ken- 
tucky made in 4 1 counties showed that 
about 8,000 farmers in 41 counties must 
use city woter in d ry years. Even in wet 
years mony of" Them have to supplement 
their home supplies with city water. 

Earl G Welch, University agricultural 
engineer, says that many springs and 
wells have failed in recent years to sup- 



ply enough water. Increased use of water 
has also made many cistern inadequate. 
Farmers engaged in dairying or In rais- 
ing more beef cattle, hogs, sheep ond 
chickens ore having increasing difficulty 
getting enough water, Welch soid. 

It was pointed out that the filtering 
or chlorination of pond water and better 
watershed management ore helping to 
increase the supply of water on mony 
farms. The possibility of establishing 
community water systems was mentioned 
by Engineer Welch. 



THE BEST PLACE TO 

EAT 

IN COVINGTON 

LANG'S CAFETERIA 

623-625 Madison Avenue 
Open Sunday, 6 o. m. to 8 p. m. 



HOUSE AND LOT FOR SALE 

7-R00M two-family house on good street in Walton, Ky. 
City water and electric on both floors, 2 sinks; garage; 
lot 66'x342'. Renting for $60 per month; insured for 
$4000. Selling to settle estate. Will try to agree on a 
reasonable price. 

A. B. RENAKER 

Office at Bank, Burlington, Ky. Telephone 12; Res. 55 
J. G. SMITH— BURLINGTON— PHONE 83 



If you own one of these cars... 



A & D ELECTRIC 

WIRING OF ALL KINDS 

CARL ALEXANDER & TONY DEMPSEY 



WALTON, KY. 



PHONE 273 



COAL-FEED 




Fyre-Go Block and 
Marnc Premium Stoker 

N : The C t Pei Ton— But the Cost Per Season" 

We Also Have A Complete Line of Tuxedo Feeds 

Colston -Speagle Coal 



PHONE 1152 



WALTON, KY. 




YOUNGSTOWN 

54" Deluxe 5-Drawer Sinks with deluxe faucets 

and spray — originally 189.95; now $129. 

54" Standard 2-Drawer Sinks — originally 

129.95; now $99, 

52 gallon G.E. Dowle Unit Water Heaters — 

originally sold for 134.95; now $99 

Water Pumps - - $89, 

•Terms As Low As $2.00 Per Week— 

R. W. GROSS APPLIANCES 



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Phone: FL 7-6631 



Independence, Ky. 



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j FOR QUICK SALE j 

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Model 40 — Tricycle Tractor 
Model 50 — Tricycle Tractor 

USED EQUIPMENT 

F 14 Farmall Tractor, pull type plow and cultivators 

290 Corn Planter with fertilizer attachment 

Oliver Crawler - Ellis Tobacco Setter 

International Hay Loader - Co-op Tractor Spreader j 

Model B Allis Chalmers with side mount mower 

and single bottom plow 

Will take Fresh Cows or Corn for Part Payment 

If you want to trade — see 




it'll pay you to trade now 
for a new 1956 PLYMOUTH 



Perhaps you haven't bought a new model of 
your present make of car because you've been 
disappointed at hoir little thatcar has changed 
this year. Fact is, the only really NEW low- 
price car this year is PLYMOUTH, and it'll 



pay you to buy a new 1956 Plymouth NOW. 
Your present car is at the peak of its trade-in 
value today, and right now you'll get a money- < 
saving High Volume Deal at your Plymouth 
dealer's. See him today— you'll be glad you did. 




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ONLY PLYMOUTH'S NEW THIS YEAR. In a 
year of otherwise "warmed-over" car 
styling, Plymouth brings you tomor- 
row's styling today in its all-new 
Aerodynamic Design. Plus the biggest 
size of any low-price car. 



NEW PUSH-BUTTON DRIVING-Plymouth's 
alone in the low-price three ! A posi- 
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Drive is the safest and easiest ever 
designed! Optional on all 29 new 
Plymouth models. "Vy it I 



PLYMOUTH GIVES YOU MORE VALUE for 

your dollar with features such as elec- 
tric windshield wipers, Safety-Rim 
wheels, twin-cylinder front brakes 
that the other low-price cars don't 
have. See the NEW Plymouth today ! 



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m& I \w\ Wm ^ACt C I fiC O Plymouth. Thofi on* raoioa mor* Pfymourkf 

!■ I III VV ■ ■■ W\J«7l«7 IW«9«? or. u»<l a$ «.»!• than all oth„ , a „ combined. 



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WALTON ADVERTISER, WALTON, KENTUCKY 



Thursday, March 15, 1056 



CHAMBERS & GRUBBS 

FUNERAL HOMES 



Ambulance Service 

Anytime • Anywhere 




Member Kentucky Funeral Directors Burial Association 
Phone: Walton 352; Florence, AT 3-5101 



Lord's Supper 



Lesson for March 18, 19M 





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: DR. G. (. DONOH00, CHIROPRACTOR 

WALTON— Main & Depot Street* FLORENCE— 7628 Dials Highway 

■ Hours: Monday, Wed., Friday, Hours: Mondoy, Wed., Friday, 

-J 200 p. m. to 5:00 p. m. 10 to II a m. i 7 to B p. m. 

PHONE: ATLANTIC 3-5371 






7 he practice of 7 hrift is as old as Creation 

Exemplified in Nature! The Habit of All Her Creatures! 

SAVE TODAY FOR A HAPPIER AND 
MORE PROSPEROUS TOMORROW ! 

The Bank of Independence 

INDEPENDENCE, KENTUCKY 

Member F. D. I. C. Accounts Insured Up to $10,000.00 



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For Quality and Price 

Blue Diamond Coal - Agrico Fertilizer 
American Wire Fence and Gates - Ubiko Feeds 

McCullough Seeds - Hay and Straw 
Block Sale, 75c - Ohio River Salt, 100 lbs. $1.40 

4-12-8 Muriate Potash for Grass ton $45.00 

Ubiko Layer Crumble, in print bag $4.00 

READNOUR COAL & FEED 

WALTON, KY. PHONE 154 





accounts and 
small are 
welcome 



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You're invited to open an insured savings ac- 
count here with a convenient amount. Each 
saver's funds, large or small, are insured to 
$10,000 and earn a better-than-averagc return. 
Why not stop in soon — you'll -*t a friendly 
welcome! 

FIRST FEDERAL loanassn 

501-503jMain St., Covington, Ky. HEmlock 1-6480 

Lotonia Office — 36th & Decoursey 



CHRISTIANS are divided about 
many things; but they are all 
one in the Lord* Supper "Whaf" 
some one will ask. "Don't some 
churches refuse to let members 
of any churches b ut their own 
partake of the 
Communion with 
them? Don't dif- 
ferent churches 
have different ex- 
planations of what 
this sacrament 
means? Don't var- 
ious denomina- 
tions observe it in 
various way?'' How 
can you say all Dr. Foreman 
Christians are united in the Lord's 
Supper?" 

We Think of Him 

it is true, there are seemingly 
endless variations in the way the 
Lord's Supp.i i< observed Even 
the name is not always the same. 
some preferring to call it the 
Eucharist. others Holy Com- 
munion There are also theologi- 
ans' debates about it But plain 
Christians do unite here even when 
they may not be quite aware of 
It. For there are three facts that 

arc always true of this sacred ob- 
servance, however or wherever 

it is held First of all. in the Lot a s 
Supper we think of Christ It is 
possibl£__to go even to a Chi 
church and not Hear very much 
about Jesus Christ on that par- 
ticular day. i Jesus' own teaching 
was not always about himself I 
But it is not possible to go into a 
church where the Lord s Supper 
is being taken by the people with- 
out being reminded directly ol 
Christ Every Christian has heard 
the words many times- "my 
body." "my blood." "in remem- 
brance of me." Here are bread 
and wine, but every worshipper 
knows that these are not simple 
ordinary refieshment. They are 
symbols and signs of Christ, his 
actual suffering and death on the 
cross. Whatever the church may 
be. its members always think of 
Christ when>hey take Communion 

We Find Him 

There is something more than 
thinking about Jesus and his sac- 
rifice, when we take Communion 
In this sacrament we find Him. 
It is quite true, different churches 
have different official explanations 
about how we find Christ here 
But from "High Church" t.. 
"Low." in "Liberal" and "Con- 
servative." in Catholic and Pro- 
testant congregations alike, if you 
could ask the people as they come 
out of doors again. "What did that 
service mean to you " It might 
be that some would hardly know 
what to say, for it is always p 
sible to go through the motion, 
without really thinking what one 
is doing. But those who had en- 
tered whole-heartedly into the 
service, who had come "in love 
and charity" and in faith, would 
all tell you about the same thing: 
"Christ came very near to me." 
If Christ seems just as far away 
after the Lord's Supper as before. 
then there has been something 
wrong about us. That is why the 
Roman Catholic church will not 
admit any one to communion if he 
has not been to Confession first. 
That is why In many Protestant 
churches the people are warned 
to abstain from Communion if 
they harbor malice or ugly feel- 
ing toward their neighbors. 

We Shire Him 

If it is true that in the Lord's 
Supper we find the Lord himself, 
it should be true — and happily it 
is so— that afterwards life should 
go on at a higher level than be- 
fore. The Lord's Supper is less 
like a doorway leading from one 
room to another just like it, than 
it is like a gateway across a bound- 
ary from one country to anothei 
Christ comes to us in the Sac- 
rament, but not as a fleeting guest. 
If we are serious as we take the 
bread and wine and think about 
all this in the quiet of prayer, 
we will so enter into the spirit 
of Christ himself that we shall 
re-dedicate ourselves in his serv- 
ice. It is a kind of parody on 
Christian ideas to think of Christ's 
sacrifice as alone and by itself. His 
cross must be followed by other 
crosses. His outpoured life must 
be shared by others who are will- 
ing to pour their lives out In turn. 
And it is this, again, which unites 
all the Christians who In their 
many varied fashions have taken 
this Lord's Supper with devoted 
hearts. For there is a family re- 
semblance among all real Chris- 
tians, whatever their ghurch-label 
may be. And the resemblance go( is 
back to the same Christ, who has 
shared himself with every Chi is- 
tian everywhere and always who 
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Dr. Standish has had years of experience reading. X-Rays llks this one. 
To his trained eyes, each light and shadow means something, and this under 
standing has given new heslth and new lift to countless persons. 

But to roost of ns. this X-Rsy is undeciphereble. To understand hs 
message, we wou« have to take a new kind of reading leeson; ws would 
have to spend long hours st study. 

Like the X-Ray. many of life's questions stem st first gla nce on snswersble. 
Indeed, some srt beyond man's nnderstsndlng. But in Church, we can be 
taught s new wsy of reading that makes mysteries fat grtsttr than that 
of this X Ray setm suddenly, miraculously clear. 

If you srt interested in the metning of tlfs for yourself and yoar 
children, then profit by the teachings of ths Church thst have stood the 
test of centuries for millions of people. 






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This Entire Church Notice Is Sponsored by the Following 
Business Concerns of This Section: 



WALTON LUMBER COMPANY 



Phone 19 



Walton, Ky. 



PHOENIX RESTAURANT 

"Tht Home of Good Food" Wolton, Ky. 

RYAN HARDWARE & DRY GOODS 

Phons 99 Wolfe*. Ky. 

LIPSCOMB FARM SUPPLY 

Phone 100 Wolton. Ky. 

BRAKEFIELD DRUG STORE 

Phons 63 _Wolton. Ky. 

WALTON FOOD MARKET 

Fins Foods Wolton, Ky. 

CONSOLIDATED TELEPHONE CO. 

Florence, Kentucky 



DIXIE CHEVROLET SALES 

Phone 95 Wolton. Ky. 

LOSEY'S GARAGE & GROCERY 

Open Doily - South Wolton - Phone 529 

BANK OF INDEPENDENCE 

Independence, Kentucky 

B-M SALES & SERVICE 

Phone 38 Wolton. Ky. 

ST. CLAIR SERVICE STATION 



WALTON GARAGE 

Phone 40 Chrysler & Plymouth 

R. C. DURR, General Contractor 

Fleetwood 7-3841 Nicholwn. Ky 

DAN ROBERTS, INSURANCE 

Phons 66 North Mo in St.. Wolton 

FLORENCE DEPOSIT BANK 

Florence, Kentucky 

CONRAD HARDWARE 

Phone 23 Wolton. Ky. 

A. M. LINTON, BARBER 

Wolton, Ktntucky 

BI-COUNTY FARM BUREAU 

Atlantic 3-2112 Devon, Ky. 

DEMOISEY GAS COMPANY 

Phone 1372 Wolton. Ky. 

ARTISTIC DRY CLEANERS 

Phone 144 Wolton. Ky. 



Ttxoco Gas, OH & Tlrts 



Wolton, Ky. 



WEBSTER RADIO SERVICE 

Radio-Television Sales-Service Wolton, Ky. 

READNOUR COAL & FEED 



Phone 154 



Wolton. Ky. 



HAGEDORN'S MAYTAG SERVICE 

856 Dixie Hi'way, Erlonger, Ky. Dixie 1 -5233 



STURGEON" ELECTRIC SERVICE 

Phone 184 Wolton, Ky. 

HALL Electric & Appliance Service 

Phone 187 Wolton, Ky. 

DIXIE STATE BANK 

Walton, Kentucky 

REL C. WAYMAN & SONS 

Real Estate & Auctioneers Cov. HE 1-5107 



BUTLER'S FARM EQUIPMENT 

FLeetwood 7-3081 Nicholson, Ky. 

BENTON-BONA1TBRY GOODS 

Wolton, Kentucky ^>, Phone 1345 



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KIMUCKIANS 




in WASHINGTON 

Hy GU Kinfitmry 

Cabinet Officer*: 

•'•• *• " Imo dttcustion Hie 

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'tin year» gone by We have had 
•rst *os John Breck- 
•• S- who served at Attorney General 
i ' J hn Qumry Adams 




DutnbutOf Of 

Infer- State Bottle Gas 

Immediote Installation and 
Prompt Service on Refill. 

"Brown" Gas Stoves 
Gas Hot Water Heaters 

Jansen Hardware 

110 Pike Street 
COVINGTON. KENTUCKY 



1 ■ . m t recent was I r< if V. 
rrea ur> Seen tary In betwi en firi cken 
.- n 01 I li nrv 

Clay, '...' n t.jry of State, Senator (.. rgc 
Bibb, Tr. retary under Tyler, 

i .1.0 G Coriisie who li. id the iom« i ib 
un li i Hon Grover Cleveland, and Othei 
Incidentally, both Carlisle and Clay were 

It e r s ' t hi Ho. 
Burglary Tools: 

A Kentucky fudge, ''ere in the capitol, 
bi i with I", associates on the Fedei I 
i ujrt pi A|.j., oli on a questii m Inv living 

(he possession 0\ hurrjlary tools. 

Two judges declared that possession of 

SUCh tools which might be employed in o 
mm. .1 • , not indicate that the Ownei 
II i, n led to use thl m for wrong-doing. 

But Judge Wilbur K Miller, whose 

i mi . .'. Owei I ."• disagreed. The 

pnvxiei hi nd t offered no defense and 

should be kept in jail However, the 

rity ruled ond the man, serving o 

.... ,-■'.■ . |Oes frei 

He's Disturbed: 

i >ngrev,man Carl Perkins of Kentucky 

. ; I ok at the TVA cool pile the 

II ■ day doc) came away disturbed He 

.., rted to Congress that stockpile is 

.mall and growing smaller. 

All of which moved the mountain Con- 
• m t [(oint .ut that Eastern Ken- 
tucky .till has a lot of unemployed miner'. 
who ( uld be helped l»v TVA purchases 
An.) hi added thot Kentucky mines can 
• the best steam-making coal in 
a rid 
Election Changes: 

While r- . r,t u ckians l>ack home have 

d changes in th. laws, 

me | • I ' honges 

m the copitol as well. 
Kentucky's senior Senator, Earle C 
nl i I Cong r i to. other day 
that th. country m < . ts mc modification 
of its election laws, chonges on c • trl 
tightei ntrol of mi mi y spent 
iher itims Legislation is !■' •■ 
right n w an<) it has the op- 
pr. vol f b th Democrots ond Republi- 
cans Incidentally, thl pt v led measure 
to* .). duction on any 
il ■ up to $100 



IS YOUR SUBSCRIPTION PAID' 



We give em 
with every ^ 
purchase 



Top Value <^M .1 

stamps for ™S5fe 

Top Value Gifts! 





BARTH MOTORS I 



TDE RECOMMENDED 
FOR LEAF WORMS 

Early spring Is Ci o u). red a good time 
to plan control foi insects on Ihii year's 
crops, says a statement from the UK 
jc of Agriculture and Home Eco- 
nomics. Dr G. M Bouch, entomologist, 
lead off with a .tip for controlling one 
of the principal pi I of ti Lacco. 

I • !rm and TDE are the most satis- 
factory insecticides for hornworms on to- 
says Dr Boush Some insecticides 
other thun then two will kill hornwems, 
I ■• . -plain., but they ore not recom- 
ed for I boceo becouse they may 
cause disown i ,1.1. ,). r or undesirable 
n idm I that can lead to downgrading 
l n jection of the crop when marl-' t. i 
Either endrin or TDE is available from 
' . idi dealers os dust, ready for use, 
or in the form of emulsifioble concen- 
trates ami wcttable powders to be mixed 
with water and opplicd as sprays 

Endrin and TDE ore poisons— endrin 
bi ing mi re toxic than TDE— ond they 
I always be handled with core ond 
in strict accordance with the manufac 
' •■ ' din etions. 

STATE AID TO NEEDY 

... !• r ts of Boone county drew 
$5389 through tne State Department of 
Economic Security in February, which 
admin, tei thi public assistance pro- 1 
grams, is was announced by Commission- 
er V. go E Barm s 

Total old oge assistance grants for 
the month were $4650, while o d to de- ! 
pendent children grants in the county I 
were $539, and needy blind grants were! 
$200. 



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25 CHICKS FREE 



WITH THE PURCHASE OF 



FOR SALE 



ROOM HOUSE, both, hardwood 
floors, inlaid linoleum in kitchen 
and dinette, full basement, new 
Williamson oil furnace, newly dec- 
orated inside, all Rusco aluminum 
windows and doors, . house on lot 
5O'xl40', extra lot goes with the 
' U I 77'xl40', located on Judith 
Ave., Dry Ridge, Ky. Price $8500 

PHONE TAYLOR 4-7102 



50 Lbs. Purina Chick Startena 

5,000 Chicks To Be Given Away To Adult Customers Only That 

Come Into Our Store 

SATURDAY, MARCH 17, 1956 

7 Ja. M°fo" F £V m. Extra (hicks . 5c Each 

J. H. Fedders, Inc. 



16th & RUSSELL STREETS, COVINGTON, KY. 



HEMLOCK 1-2622 



Walton, Kentucky 



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Southern States meket you thi* extraordinary guaran- 
tee— your baby chicka must live or we ; will repay you 
In full for every one you lose. Thia guarantee appliea 
to the first six weeks of life and cover* all chicka fed 
on Southern States Starting _ft Growing Maah with 
coccidioatat. 

Southern States can make this remarkable guarantee 
because of over 30 years experience and know-how In 
producing top quality Open Formula feeds. Starting 
and Growing Mash contains everything needed to grow 
healthy, vigorous chicks that live and develop into 
husky, rugged pullcta. 

Ask Us For Complete Information 
and Written Guarantee 

Lipscomb Farm Supply 



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Let's keep it that way! 




HIGH SCHOOL COURT 



WALTON, KENTUCKY 




ITS A FINE THING to have the "welcome mat" out for a new 
factory on opening day. But it'a not enough! A community's 
long-range industrial growth and prosperity depend on sincere 
and continuing hospitality to industry, long after the welcoming 
committee has gone home. This is a job for all of us in the 
South today. 

The steady, year-by-year expansion of existing industry is 
impressive proof that the job is being done. Southern industries 
are getting an honest day's work for a fair day's pay . . . 
understanding acceptance of technological progress, which 
ultimately creates still more jobs . . . honest, stable, friendly 
state and local government and fair tax treatment . . . efficient, 
dependable rail service. 

With all of us doing all we can to welcome new industries 
to the South and to keep them happy in their new home, the 
Southland will continue to grow and prosper. And all in the 
South will benefit! 



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SOUTHERN RAILWAY- SYSTEM 



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• ■ h 15 1956 



Finest Quality 

of 

Lowest Prices 



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ALL HARDWARE - PERRY & DERRICK PAINTS 

FENCING - TOOLS - HOUSEHOLD WARES 

GAS & OIL 



ALSO MEATS, GROCERIES, ICE CREAM, SOFT 
DRINKS, CIGARETTES, FRUITS & VEGETABLES 



—ADDITIONAL— 

Want Ads 



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FINNELLBROS. 



HARDWARE & DELICATESSEN 

NICHOLSON — ON TAYLOR MILL ROAD 

FL 7-5526 

Store Hours 7:00 to 10:00 Every Day In the Week 



MR. FARMER — D let we take 

FREE ioil iami \ u will know 

exactly K* much fertilizer and what 
analysis to uso Readnou Cool & Feed, 
Walton, Ky. Phone, 154. tf 

PAINTING — First class work, guaran- 
* I; hrush or sj" )) r. id) n'lol or 
commercial. FLeetwood 7 7187. 

25t-5* 

OLD OAK FARM BARBER SHOP— Ml 
mile East of LLL Highway on Hemp- 
fling Road, Atwood Ky. Hours: Tues- 
day. Wednesday, Thu*sday, 1:00 to 
8:00 p. m., Fridoy, 1 00 to 9:00 p. 
m , Saturday, 9:00 a. m. to 6 p. m. 
Mornings by appointment Closed oil 
day Mondoy. Ladies' hair styling 
Clifford Cornelius, proprietor. tf 



thern Trails Restaurant has 
. ■■ i its private c lub room to al 1 
dmnei ■ . 
et( For rest rvationi toll AI lontii 

tt 9 

ER CALVES "at less cost with the 
uthern Sto.fi gram. 

Ni « eni I |izi d i all mot ,t and 

I > 11 ,1 ■ 

' . . mb form ' u 

High Si h » >l i mi V, alt n Ks tf 

Mil'.' ' ■ ■ ■ |ing and 

tie tank-, dram? and 
• 'ies of oil km,K i ■ • In 

Kv ! L 7 2798 8t 8* 



ATTENTION DAIRYMEN— Breed your 
Mi tO the best selected sires througf 
y HI i one County Aitificial Breeding 
Co-op. For service, call Technician 
Ben Riley, DU 4 3244 (if no aniwei 
DU 4 31841. In Kenton county, col' 
FL 7-8001. H 

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! T & G Restaurant 



FRIED CHICKEN T-BONE STEAK 

HAM DINNERS 




This GENUINE 



PLATE LUNCHES 

SHORT ORDERS .ANDWICHES 

SOFT DRINKS ICE CREAM 

GOOD COFFEE 

For Reservations or Carry-out, Call Walton 1194 



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Conrad Hardware 

Phone 23 Walton, Ky. 



IS YOUR SUBSCRIPTION PAID IN ADVANCE? 




— SERVICE THAT SATISFIES — 

Tune In WLW, 12:25; WPFS, 11:45; 
WCKY, 12:15; WKBV, 12:30 (EST! 



NORMS BROCK (0. 

CINCINNATI STOCK YARDS 

A Live Wire ond Progressive Or- 
ganizotion, second to none. We 
ore strictly sellers on the best oil 
oround morket in the country. W« 
hope you will eventually ship tc 
us Why not now? 



Reference: Aik the First 
Man Yen Meet! 



MAYTAG washer 
costs scarcely more 
than the lowest- 
priced washer you 
can buy! 

1.30 per week 



Come in and 
see it. Well 
give yon a liberal 

trade-in for 
your old washer, 
easy terms 
tool 



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HAGEDORN 

854 Dixie Highway Erlangcr, Kentucky 

For Sales and Service, Call Us Collect— Dixie 1 5232 



Absolute 




Farm of 55 Acres - 5 Rooms Household - Miscellaneous 
Poultry - Corn - Property of Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Gibson 
on Taft Highway, 4 Miles West of Dry Ridge, Kentucky 

Saturday, Mar. 1 7 

1:00 P. M. (Fast Time) 

Mr. and Mrs. Gibson are retiring from the form and locating in Lexington. 
They hove placed in our hands their form and personal property to be sold 
at Absolute Auction on the premises on the above dote, as follows: 

FARM DESCRIPTION 

Farm contains 55 ocres (more or less) of rich fertile lond, Idys well, good 
fence, exerlasting water; wide frontage on Toft Highway; improvements 
consist of good 1 -story drelling with 5 rooms ond 2 porches, large com- 
bination barn, corn crib, meat house, coal and wood house, poultry house 
Thmis is o very desirable farm ond home; has been in the hcftids of the 
Gibson fomily for 83 years; wonderful location on concrete Federal High- 
way; buses daily by form, school bus, moil route, rolling stores, trucks all 
by farm. Look farm over any time, you will like it, ond don't forget, the 
farm is absolutely selling,! 

PERSONAL PROPERTY & MISCELLANEOUS 

5 rooms of household items, consisting of good white enamel range stove 
with reservoir; good 3-burner Perfection oil stove wrth 1 -burner oven; good 
cool or wood heating stove; 8-ft. dining table, oak, large extension table, 

6 good-<aak dining chairs with upholstered leother bottoms; aaJs_buffet; ook 
davenport that mokes bed; oak library table; Army cot; cabinet phonograph 
ond records in good condition; metal bedstead; 3-piece antique bedroom 
suite- dresser and wash stand with brass hondles; fancy antique stand tables; 
long 'mirror; wosh bowl and pitcher; wash stand with bross hondles; kitchen 
safe %-size bedstead; rocker; large size linoleum rug, 9x12 Axminstcr 
rug '8x10 Axminstcr rug; 20-gallon iron kettle; large iron stcve boiler, 
•ausage mill kitchen hand knife sharpener, apple peeler, garden and yard 
tools good garden plow, hillside and rounder plows, cultivating plows, good 
lay-off plow with steel beam, vise, lawn mo^er, goto hinges, wDrk harness, 
check lines, forks, hoes, diggers, oil drum, and many other items; also 10 to 
12 barrels of good, solid corn; 50 large, fat hens, White ond Bcyr.cd Rocks, 
now in hCovy produr ' 

TE RMS — Personal property, cosh; reol estote, 25 °o down ot time of sole, 
balance on or before 30 days from day of sale. Immediate possession. 

— Sale Conducted By — 

S. R. Eckler Realty and Auction Company 

Dry Ridge, Kentucky Phone: Office, TA 4-6581; Res., TA 4-8146 

S. R. ECKLER— AUCTIONEER 



HOPEFUL EV. LUTHERAN CHURCH 
Florence, Kentucky 

Ri . Wilford C. Butt, Pastor 

Sunday School, 10 a m , Charles M 
', Superintendent Paitor b inbtruc 
tion class during the Sunday Scl s 

' Divine Worship, 11a m Sermon 
subject The Fountain of Life 

Lenten service each Wcdr 
ning at eight o'clock. 

Catechetical class, Saturday, 1 p m 

Junior choir practice, 2:30 p m. 

New members will be received in1 
church, Palm Sunday, March 25, by bap- 
■ ,-n and confirmation. 

N-O-T-l-C-E! 

Notice is hereby given to the public 
that the T&G Restaurant, owned and 
operated by Buster and Ruth Glenn and 
Johnny and Dons Taylor does not serve 
any alcoholic beverages. Our chief in- 
terest is to serve good food and give 
nice, clean, friendly service Your pat- 
ronage is greatly appreciated 

CARD OF THANKS — 

The Taylor Mill Church of Christ 
wishes to thenk all who have so gracious- 
ly mode donations to the building fund. 
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Beat the Rush 

Have Your 
LAWN MOWER 

Sharpened and Checked 

Call Walton 1092 

1 IS South Main Street 
Pickup and Delivery 



••••••••••••••••••••••••A* 




RAY HALL 

Manufacturing Optician 

Doctor's Optical Prescriptions 

Accurately Filled. Broken 

Lenses Replaced. Expert 

Optical Repairing. 

122 Pike St., Covington 

HEmlock 1-1992 




Clean-up! 



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/ Paint-up! 
Fix-up! 



Armstrong Quaker Floor Covering 12 feet wide 



gives wall-to-wall covering, long-lasting beauty for floors with no dirt-catching edges 
and its economical too .....,..,_. only $1 00 per yard 

Give your rooms a new look with Hamilton QUAKER WALL COVERING 

"Styled Right" Washable Lamp Shades, INLAID LINOLEUM 

made of Glassrcx, beautiful and modern! Mcnitex Rugs, 9x12 $6.95 



Electrical Supplies 



Plumbing Supplies 



Galvanized Pipe and Fittings — pipe cut and threaded to suit your need - Plastic 
Water Pipe - Copper Tubing and Fittings - Orangeburg Drain Pipe - Angle 
Iron - Flat and Round Bar Iron - Step Ladders - Extension Ladders - Garden Tools 
Garbage Cans, 20 gal $2.95 McCullough (fresh) Bulk Vegetable Seed 

TOBACCO SEED 

Rickard, Stokes, and Bird's - 
Loma Plantbed Fertilizer $3.75 bag 

Lawn and Garden Fertilizer 
SUPER KEM-TONE 

40 Patterns In Stock - Paste b Supplies Deluxe Wall Paint, Durable, Washable 



TOBACCO CANVAS 

Good quality, 28x32 count, 9x100, 
$9.95 and $10.95 - 12x100, $13.95 

Lawn Seed - 
HARMONY WALLPAPER 



"GILDDEN" HOUSE PAINT 



A Quality 
Self-Cleaning Paint 



$4.95 per gallon 



RYAN 



Hardware - Dry Goods 
Phone 99 Walton 



'Where One Stop Does All Your Shopping' 



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WALTON ADVERTISER, WALTON, KENTUCKY 



Page Seven 



where value counts! 



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Tomi.rrow'i budeet- 
Prnix) mmrcr . . . torfov,' 
Quirt, highoft-qufllity 
motor hiu iiiatant (Uurt- 
ing Sturdy, contour 
houtinj giro* maximum 
■trongtb uud cuttu>| vol- 



It-Inch Mod.l— More v«. 
■"til" Uuin «vor bnforel 
rinyrr-light manimvera- 
bilitv nml porfc<-t Iwilnru© 
rmult* frtim higtioat yujjj- 
Uy n..i i. tli1« , 

NOW with R«wlr<7M£r«art 



10-1 ruh Model — Cut* i-v«i 

touihmt fun; grooma 
all Ui»n» vi Ivol-nmix.Lh! 
"Cyclone Hluwur" di»- 

E'int tort lining mulch 
r h«altl.ii r Uiwiu 

NOW wlrh Rvwlnd Sianvl 



11-Inch J.li.frop.ll.g 
M.d.l- r'.wurful - Hug • 

EM . . . built <«iMYinlly lor 
irgr l>»u All vou d» m 
guido it! 
NOW with Rtwlnd Jtottwl 



36-Inch J.it-Proptll.d 
Nod. I _ I'rrfi ctly b«l- 
U i.l fur complete ma- 
in u % i rnbihty with or 
without Milky. Large cut- 
ting width and powerful 
■Mgliw nr«- iditil lor mow- 
ing Urge ut.ii 



in a size for 
your lawn 



Whatwer your lawn size . . . from a 
small graaa strip to a l&rgo estate . . . 
you owe it to yourself to see the com- 
plete line of Foley Rotary Mowers be- 
fore you buy any mower. 

Only a Foley offers you lowest- 
priced, hiKhest quality lawn care. Its 
extra-sturdy frame, so easy to handle, 
pves years of trouble-free service! You'll 
get perfect grass cutting with exclusive 
"Cyclone Blower" action . . . prevents 
windrowing, eliminates rakinp! One- 
piece lift action blade holds grass erect 
for cutting . . . blade sharpens easily 
with ordinary hand file . . . you get "new 
blade' cutting efficiency always! 

AND, AT A/ru/ . ~ ■*••« 

■w/.^f! LOW "'<*» 

e '?-»owo;rr. 8 " r ' ,n ' ri B'"«p 

'*" >°» >ri m , vmn ■ l Fo, »y d» ign 

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d '*erenf width, ' ' or c «"in 

m °* er ' u " "Oht L' yo,Jh °*' a 

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5 OB, »'»o„d,e. U " Poe . fc *'book| 

FOLEY — loTcut name in Hout.war.i 
and Machinery Equipment line. 1926. 






Ryan Hardware & Dry Goods SzH 



AUCTION 

Due to ill health, I will sell the following personal property at auction on 

Saturday, March 24 

—BEGINNING AT 1:00 P. M.— 

Verona, Ky. 

STOCK: 4 Holstein heifers, 2 years old, will calve in May; 5 good shoots, weigh 
about 50 pounds each. 

TOOLS: Ford tractor with dual transmission, set of 14" plows, 6' mower, 7' disc, 
tractor water pump, set of tractor chains, set of car chains, 2 good grain bins, iron 
vise, corn sheller, roll of hog fence, 2 log chains, 100-lb. anvil and blacksmith tools, 
2 iron kettles and stands, lard press, box of new dies, lot of small tools, some good 
locust corner posts, harpoon hay fork, and 4 manure forks. 

HAY: Alfalfa, red clover, timothy and lespedeza, around 1500 boles in all; also 
100 bushels of good corn; 1000 tobacco sticks; 4 five-gallon gasoline cans, and 
2 alemite grease guns. 

TERMS— CASH 

Harry Chapman, Owner 

Sale Conducted By 

Walton Real Estate and 
Auction Barn 



SOUTHERN STATES SEEDS — Highest 

• i st prices. You get the 

' ■' v ti' seed dollar; you don't 

buy weds, sticks Of c!irt, no J'.hnson 

.. ' i gel eed Act 
ni * rdi ' r w Lipscomb Farm Sup- 
ply, Walt ,rt. Phone. 100. tf-7 



5ENERAL HAULIN 
Walton 1342. 



CARD OF THANKS — 

I wish to express my thanks and ap- 
preciation to my many friends for the 



Sam Vest. Phone , lovely cards letters and gifts; to all who 
f called at the hospital and at home; to 
Bro. Tackctt for his colis ond prayers, 
also anyone who helped in any way dur- 
ing my stay in the hospital. Your kind- 
ness shall never be forgotten. • 
It- 11 — Mrs. Warren Stephenson 



i EAUTY SHOP, 6187 Taylor 

id. FL 74901 Permanent 

$15 I ' $12.50, $10 for 

• . ■• end ducktail haircut, 

12M1* 

WANTED— Bool 

I r< lating to Kentucky, Ohio, 

mo, Illinois, West Virginia, the 

Ohio River, State and County histories. 

imith Book Co., Box 68, Fort 

•is, Kentucky. 4J- 1 I 

MMILIZER — Pasture and gross ' fertili- 
zer/ on government purchase, crdc 
4 12 8, farm delivery $45 00 per ton. 
Inour Coal & Feed, Walton, Ky. 
PI r* 154. tf 

SHOES — Men's and ladies' nationally 
known brand, sold direct from factory 
at wholesale prices. Guaranteed qual 
ity and tit. Tom Brewster, Walton. 
Phone 1615. 6t 8* (eow) 

^FECIAL FOR MONTH OF MARCH— 

"duemg a new Angel Cold Wove. 

Regular $10 00 wave for $8.00. Come 

in and look like an Angel in your new 

Angel Wave for Easter. A nice tight 

wave, yet it isn't frizzy. Very natural 

ing. Rita's Beauty Shop, across 

(torn St. Cecelia's Church, Indepen- 

FL 7-3351. 6t-8 



RITA'S BEAUTY SHOP— Across from St. 
Cecelia's Church, Independence. 9:30 
to 6 00 Tuesday to Saturday; 9:30 to 
8 00 Fridays. Closed Monday. Phone 
FL 7-3351. Rita M. Gruen, owner 
and operator. tf 



PRESCRIPTIONS — Your prescription 
compounded with care and skill by a 
trained, registered pharmacist at the 
" cvntly opened Taylor Mill Pharmacy, 
5976 Taylor Mill Pike, across from 
the Fire House. 4t-8* 



FREE ESTIMATES — Boone County Sani- 
tation Co. Cleaning and repairing of 
■ ; tie tanks. HEmlock 1-9641. tf 

VvATCH REPAIRING — Free estimates; 
most watches, cleaning, oiling, ond 
ngulafing, $4 50. Huber's Jewelry, 
Walton and Erlanger Stores. Phone 
Walton 180. tf 

FURNITURE — Antique reproduction and 
modern furniture in cedar ond cherry. 
Custom cabinet makers; modern and 
antique refmishing. Branum Wood- 
work Shop, Verona, Ky., R-l. tf 



-, THIS | 

JgffjWEHPsI 

f BUYS! | 

Iceberg Lettuce, 24 size 10c : 

Parkview Grapefruit Juice — 46 ounces 19c 

Chase & Sanborn Coffee (5c-off-sale) 85c 

Dole Crushed Pineapple, No. 2 29c ■ 

DOLE CHUNK PINEAPPLE— No. 2 29c 

DOLE SLICED PINEAPPLE— No. 2 29c 

DOLE PINEAPPLE JUICE— 46 ounces 25c 

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Apples, Washington Winesap 3 lbs. 39c ■ 

PARKVIEW CREAMERY BUTTER— 1 lb 69c J 

KRAFT VELVEETA CHEESE— 2-lb. box 83c ■ 

BALLARD'S BISCUITS— 8 oz 2 for 25c 

Chuck Roast, blade cut lb. 29c ■ 

BIRDSEYE ORANGE JUICE 6 for $1.00 

BIRDSEYE BEEF or CHICKEN PIES 19c 

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Beighle Bros. Grocery! 

Corner of North Main Street and High School Court 

PHONE 25 WALTON, KY. 2 






WATCHES — Trade in your old watch on 
new ladies' or man's automatic wind 
watch, excellent timekeepers. Huber's 
Jewelry, Walton and Erlanger Stores 
Phone Walton 180. tf 

CUSTOMERS & FRIENDS — 

Due to the critical illness of my mother 
I have been unable to run my routes and 
Krve vou regularly as usual. Anyone de- 
siring merchandise in the Rawleigh line 
will pleose call at my home until such 
time os I can get bock on the road. 
Thanks 

Fmma Jane Miller, Rawleigh Dealer 
107 South Mom St, Walton, Ky 
Phone Walton 565 lt-1 1 * 



WHY PAY MORE! 

Tobacco Canvas 

AAAA 9-foot wide $10.50 

AAA 9-foot wide $9.50 

AAA 12-foot wide $12.50 

—SHOP HERE AND SAVE— 

6ENT0N-B0NAR DEPT. S10RE 

WALTON, KY. PHONE 1345 , 







Ford Owners 

This is your week. Your Ford has been singled out by 
the Dodge Dealers of this area for this week's special 



Deal of the Week 

in trade on any NeW '56 Dodge 

+ Whopping big over-allowance + Rock-bottom prices on all 

M on your Ford I 56 Dodge carsl 



on your 



-X- Your car can cover the down payment! 
tow monthly payments! 



Hfe*£ 




CHARLES STEERS, SALES MANAGER 



HARRY F. JOHNSON, AUCTIONEER 



£fitt-a-tfion l 



3-month supply of new '56 Dodge cars will 

go in 6 weeks! 
Custom Royals! Royals! Coronets! 2-door and 4-door Sedans! 2-door 
and 4-door Lancer Hardtops! Station Wagons! Convertibles! 

Volume sales mean big savings for you during 

our Sell-a-thonl 

PETTIT MOTORS 



Main Street 



Independence, Ky. 



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WALTON ADVERTISER, WALTON, KENTUCKY 






CRITTENDEN 



V Ira Caldwell ib ilowjy improving 
ot St. Elizabeth Hospital. 

Claudo Beorry Hos returned home from 
the hospital much impr 



Larry Joe thi ' ■ :r old son of Mr. 

and Mrs. Clifford Gordon is improving 
nicelv, after an operation at St. Eli] 
Hospital, Wednesday. 




JACKSON FLORIST 

3124 Madison Ave. HE 1-2222 

COVINGTON, KY. 



' ■■ ■ 

Geon 

\* rt II . t Mr and Mrs Clo 

. 

who It the 

homi .ff. on in WalKn recoverinp 
Fi m was ri moved h St Elix- 

Hospital for an appendicitis oper- 

— , 

i very ill at St. Eliz- 
pital 
Mrs Pearl Hutsell is ill with a heart 

ailment. 

Mr end Mrs. Bi lly Ray Hitch of Cov- 
ington were Sunday guests of his m th 
■ i Mrs Bertha Hitch. 

Mi v\dry Schneider, who has been ill 
ral months, is much im, 
t Winn has pneumonia. 

unty agent held 12 demonstra- 
tions in mulching strawberries in Rowan 
county 

John Warfield of Knox county reports 
satisfactory grazing for cattle on his six 
acres of fescue and ladino cl 

Baxter Arnetf of Magoffin countv ex- 
pects t hove about 200 000 certified 
strawberry plants for sale this spring. 

Butler county farmers ore considering 
Increased production of sorghum mo- 
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A CHECKING ACCOUNT 



saves a lot of digging 
at income tax time. 

Open One.' 



Dixie State Bank 

WALTON, KENTUCKY 

Member F. D. I. C. Deposits Insured Up to $10,000.00 



| OAK RIDGE | 

• Ook Ridge has in 
crease.) by two ' *( ek. Mr, and 

Mrs Tommy I ■ • I 

Sizemi n of Wolf P id be< ome th< 
nfs ol a BaBy I \ Mori h 1 
at St Elizabeth Hospital Mr. and Mis 

Am, Id Pi rry (the former Catherine Bin- 

.> -iii d an in! I n into 

thiir tomily. • 

Mrs Kot« ratter is m St. Elizabeth 

Hospital recuperating from an operation 

Mr and Mrs W O Mitch ell hose 
ill with a virus all week, as have 
Herman Wl n and his daughter Karen 
Mrs EtK till confin. • i 

me 
H R Hutchms is out ( t thi 
and n « recuperating at his homi 

Miss Kathenne Maus of Stephens Road 
is still a patient at St Elizabeth Hospital 
She is reported to lx' imi t and 

expect I it Kathenne is a 

51 ni r nursing I I pital. 

De 

p cr trnen t and the Feyl©* Mill Boy Scouts 
jointly held a paper and scrap metal drivt 
last Saturdas The drive was quite suc- 
, plan to have a scrap 
Inve I ' . of each n 

wspai i izines 

and scrap metal for them 

rVAiJ • • ■ 

Church held thi . ■ service 

for horn '.'•■.' ight at the. 

; women's circle of the W 
M U met at t- f Mi CI 

Asch in Plant..' • Tuesday 

■ ng. 

The Oak Rijge Homemakers Club will 
meet Tuesday March 20 at 10 30 a. m 
at the home of Mrs. Orvan Douglas, 3112 
Rogers St., Latonia. The lesson on 
furnishings will be taught • , Ml W. C 

Tollent and Mr nakci 

Carl Buddy Tomlin has n I 
Baylor University V. " . after 

-pending his spring vacal n with his 
-parents Mr and Mrs E-oQefH 
• '■ •* sorry that Sim 
School, after a succ- - I 

son, I • it •• first round 

district tournament H * t >er, they lost 
to Boone County which went on t win 
•■ ' i strict and thi regional ' 

: rural high 
' schcx .... |n the stafe 



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ii at 
V ■ m in Li mrvgti n this 

i 

Shortage of Freight 
Call May Hamper 
Fertilizer Movement 

pHK serious shortage of freight 
* cara was cited bj a reason 
why farmers should act imme- 
diately to order and take de- 
livery of fertilizer for their 1956 
crops. 

"This rnr shortage could be- 
come so severe in the months Im- 
mediately preceeding spring," 
says the Middle West Soil Im- 
provement Committee, "that 
fertilizer producers might not 
be able to move raw materials 
in needed volume from phos- 
phate and potash mines to fac- 
tories 

"That in turn could mean lo- 
calized shortages of fertilizer 
at the moment Corn Belt farm- 
eis need it most 

"Farmers, therefore, can servo 
their own interests best by or- 
dering fertilizer now and tak- 
ing delivery as soon as it can 
be arranged." 

Transportation specialists re- 
port that the present car short- 
age may last for some time, the 
committee says. 

The freight car shortage ex- 
ceeded 20 non at times last fall, 
while carioading totals were at 
a peak. It is tapering oft season- 
ally during the early winter 
months, but it could become 
critical again in spring 

Farmers can serve their own 
interests best by ordering fer- 
tilizer and taking delivery now 
while the factories can get raw 
materials, says the committee. 

But if farmers delay taking 
delivery now, fertilizer will pile 
up in factorv storages and deal- 
ers' establishments. Cutbacks 
in production would have to be 
made and the Mow of phosphate 
and potash from mines to pro- 
ducers would slack off. 

Then when the spring freight 
trailie prak arrives and every- 
body wants fertilizer, there 
might not be enough to go 
around, says the committee. 

The rail freight transporta- 
tion problem is complicated by 
a steel shortage hampering pro- 
duction and delivery of new 
cars, says the committee The 
railroads are expected to have 
on order 140,000 new cars early 
in 11 ) 56 . -But-the^-pre sent squ e e z e 
on steel Supplies may si >w 
down some deliveries until ir»57. 



Walton Homemakers, No. 2 

v\ .'•. M ( i m moV - i • lub N 2 mi t 
ot the hi -ii. f Mrs Martha Sli • I h 
ruory mi stinfl After. 
tinging the grace long a covered dish 
n .v erved Att, rwarcfc tl 

■' rder by rhi pret 
idi nt . Mrs i *nith Mi n 

«*•'•■) i. .ii coll hv r ela t i n g s om e th i n g 
fn \ remi mined hoppi nin 

jiven by Mi s Nancy 

■ n nt, i m rehnishii 

furniture and picture fi. ■■ 

'•' mbcrs present w. i, Mrs Sam 
Sanders Mrs Ion* > 

A Ii ■ 1,1. i Mi James Riddi u 
Mrs i • Mrs Willi im I 

honan, Mr V, m .mith 01 I thi 

Mrs Martha Sli I t 

will not 
nn < t H ■ guloi dote Dtl« ' ti | 

will ! 

A; registered Dura n pur 

IH • iin i' 

mty 
'■ unty 4 f i 

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led UK e>l 
ing hums from H 
i.uil ,; . .. w ral hundi I 



Vior 



RIPTION PAID,' 



FOR SALE - 



5 ROOM HOUSE m I 

I oi re • I, on Mori 

Kenton . unty 14 mil Iron 
'SO0O0 

61-ACRI i Ai M ! 

! ii )e d nry I ■ . ■' ■ i 

,-, ton, on midway I 

(wren I 

42 ACRI S s i - m ' . 
car gin milk 

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I od 

WALTON REAL ESTATE 
AND AUCTION BARN 

Coll Wolton 921 X or FU«rwood 7-27*7 




SAWS - All Kinds 

Sharpened, Retoothed, Set 

By Machinery 

—Cabinet Work— 

Kitchen Cabinets, Store Counter-, etc 
Welding, Cutting, Broiing 

STANLEY'S REPAIR SHOP 

Located with Rouse Sign 51 
Bcdingcr Ave. Wolton, Ky. 



1955 CHEVROLET Sport Coupe 



1952 CHEV 

1950 CHEV 

1951 PLYM 



1951 



4 Door 

2 Door 

2 Door 

1954 CHEVROLET 

1953 CHEVROLET 

FORD V 8 2 Door 



1950 CHEV. 4 Door 
1952 PLYM. 2 Door 
1950 PLYM 4 Door 

4 Door Bel Air 

4-Door Bel Air — 

1951 FORD V 8 2 Door 



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1950 FORD "6" 2 Door 1949 PACKARD 4 Door 

1948 PACKARD 4 Door 1950 NASH 4 Door 

1953 CHEVROLET 4 Door "210" 

1949 NASH 4 Door 1951 FORD Dump 
1951 CHEVROLET 1-Ton, duol wheel 

1953 CHEVROLET ' 2 Ton Pickup 

Dixie Chevrolet Sales 



Walton, Ky. 



Phone 95 



Congratulations, Champs! 

The Boone County High Basketball Team . . . 
And Here's the Champion Values In USED CARS! 

4AC£FORD Custom 2-Door V18 Demonstrator, radio, heater, tflflfl AA 
' 7Jv two-tone green, new car warranty save yvvV.VV 

1QCC FORD Custom 2 Door V 8, green and white, this car only ti AAA AA 
■7JJ e jght months old, radio and heater save rl|VwWiWW 

195? P0NTIAC Chieftain "8" 4-Door Sedan, hydramatic, radio ti AAA AA 
^*^*and heater — clean as a pin ^liv77.VV 

1QC7 PLYMOUTH Suburban Station Wagon, very low mileage, ti AAA AA 
l7JJf u || f ocr ory equipment j, Jl f V77.VV 

1051 ^ORD V-8 2-Door Fordomatic, radio and heater — a real tAQQ AA 
■7*1 s how room car y*l77»WW 

|QrA FORD V-8 2-Door, with radio and heater— a mechanic's OQQ AA 

4 A to CHEVROLET 4-Door Sedan— real nice mecranically and tAA AA 

OF THE WEEK 1952 Studebaker 4-Door V-8 Land Cruiser— fiAA Afl 
SPECIAL a real beauty only y*»77.UU 

BOB RYLE - JOHN NEWMAN - ROMER BURNS Dl 1-5768 - Dl 1-8900 

Jos. A. Kuchle & Co. 

Your Local Ford Dealer 

-ess* 

35 Dixie Highway Erlangcr, Ky. 



90 ACRES AT 

AUCTION 

Mr. and Mrs. David Bevis have contracted with us to sell their 
farm located 5 miles Southwest of Union, Ky. r on the Big Bone 
Baptist Church Road (watch for signs), their dairy herd and all 
dairy equipment at auction on 

Sat'day, March 17 

BEGINNING AT 1:00 P. M. 

The farm, consisting of 90 acres, more or less, has good 7-room house, large com 
bination barn (40x60) with 15 stanchions, equipped for grade "A" milk, now 2 car 
garage, new corn crib, and other outbuildings. This is a good money-making farm, 
has 1.3 tobacco base, 5 acres of alfalfa and red clover, several acres of mixed hay, 
plenty of pasture land and water, also has new line fences. This farm is located on 
good road — has school bus, milk truck and mail service. 

Dairy Herd — 10 head of good young dairy cows, 6 cows with calves by side, 1 close 
springer, 3 in good flow of milk — all cows TB and Bangs tested. 

Miscellaneous — One 4-can milk cooler, one 10 gallon electric water heater, ten 
10-gallon milk cans, one set wash vats, buckets and strainers, 3000 tobacco sticks 
and other items not mentioned. 

TERMS— Real estate, 20% day of sale, balance with deed and possession on or 
before 30 days — personal property, cash. 

MR. AND MRS. DAVID BEVIS, OWNERS 

Sale Conducted By 

r ^ Florence Really and Auction Co. 

FLORENCE, KENTUCKY PHONE: ATlantic 3-3384 or 3-4708 



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WALTON ADVERTISER, WALTON, KENTUCKY 






Page Nine 



INDEPENDENCE News Events . . . 

Gathered and edited by Robert X. West, Holly 8601 



Krnton Elementary Honor Roll 

' I ' ■'■ifa Dougherty, 

Orl Ri< l> Ttmrny tV t vm, 



Nooh Dilli.i. I 

Gorry H ;,:<■ I ft':. Reed Mich )( I M< 

Grow Linda I a,' ludy Merthon, Linda 

I |»t J.-y, . .. I, ■ 

Sthodler John | I ■ | Klier, 

David Smallwood Lorkin Mullms, Hov» 
or,) bit;- i I ite, Woyne Gmn, 

Luvne Myeri Maureen Brown ( nnii 
Fields. I 1 | 

ond Suzanne Wainy tl 

Thiiii ( >rode N im v r ,it>. nberger, 
Donna Miilrr, I Rice, Yvoni 

r, Gory Com, Ed 

,. 

>u '.r A ' ■■ v,t, Carr, 

Joyce Pari 

>'• 

• ' Qui 



Sixth Grade Hilly Kramer, Richard Social and Personal 

Donald RiCl Pchcrt Rich, Alfred] Mrs Anne Mac Roberts of Main Street 

ry Wermuth, Mary Arm- i is still confined 10 her home due to high 

I ' " ( .ry, strong, Rosella Brown, Joan Hall, Donna 1 Mood pressure 



March . , . 

The month of March hos been known 
• tain oil the weathers of the year, 
from heavy winter snow to the warm 
summer rains, the high cold winds from 
the north, to the warm, gentle breezes 
from the south It is the month that us- 
ually winds up the cold, nippy air of 
winter and brings in the worm trend of 
spring March is the beginning of pre- 



Your neighbors ond friends, after a 
casual "hi" seem to linger awhile longer 
to gab, than to hurry off about their 
business. Yes, the month of March is a 
rough month and, though we will be glad 
to see it through, it does bring out the 
best there is in us. 
Fire Causes $3000 Damage 

Not too long oge the Independence 
and Community Volunteer Fire Depart- 



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uiiins rvuii-m- 



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Pal " • Linda 

• . '. I 

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Al.l.n ( 
Howard Foren .1 amela 

rote 51 
*hnr Brtty Tomlin Virginia Trinkler 
BarUiro V, 
boro Workman 

Fifth Grade Judy Brumbock, Dand'0 
Courtney Carol Baker, Donald Grogcr, 
Dorott , > Thod TK m I T'.omot 

! n ['io'ie Hair, Don thj H 

R,^<-rt McD rtold Marilyn Merihon Les- 
lie Reed, Ha'.. . P hmlller, Shirley 
Switjrr, and Garret W . 



t ithryn Maddox, Elaine 
Mill Be vi rly Bowling, Barbara 
I i wr, Wilma Mcintosh, Revo Pike, Ted 
dy Barnett, Willis Hensley, Kenneth 
iff William White, Wilson Sebas- 
tian, Patsy Kimfaerlin, Patricio Atkinj 
Id Bair. Joanne Crawford, Stanley 
oci Nancy Leasure. 

Just A Thought 

A certain girl likes to put perfumi I n 
her Utters On day, before mailing a 
■111.. 
• •* different kinds of perfume on it 
moke it a tw 

FiIiym on Japan 

■ ■ v hartes H 

C T 
au | Hymer 
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v 
• .-. ■ 
iv n I film sent from 

* I 
. dowr 
• ' ' ' lOpporo, and 



. * ! J ipan • lit on.) h *. ■ 

. • i . , Id e-upt of Mt, I ujiiama 

•• r hi jhh jht the film showed 

oil veavms of the year Winter 

port . ' • .-'"•' ell I ioti. ' 

' •• * irm summer time 

*hi n flashy sport shuts and kimonos 
r< * m b> the J opal i I 
All dim wos token by Lt Richard 
n of Mr ond Mrs Chas Dorsey 
ond their granddaughter, Soro, ond 
iloughter in-law, Loto, were tlie most 
I en by the viewers 
Cot fee and homemade cokes were 
• ■.. I after the films ond all enjoyed 
the evening, even Mr Woltert, who start 
evening, *' with o flat tire 



$0M£ P£0PI£ 



USE THE SUGAR BOWL 

... Smart people put their 

ii liars in o savings account to 
he safe ond earn o generous 
interest. 




OPIH YOUR SAVINGS ACCOUNT HIRI TODAY! 

RQSEDALE FEDERAL 

SAVINGS & LOAN ASSOCIATION 



Caroline end Southern Avenue, Covington 



HI 1-7723 



ACCOUNTS NOW INSURED UP TO $10,000 



Williom H LIV of Mr Kim Drive, is 
.till under his doctor's core. 

Nellie O Nial of Mom Street* ll also 
on the .el list, but is now improving 

rapidly ond gaining weight. 

Id. three children of Mr and Mrs. 

I i s-w-j Wermuth, Gregory, Glen and 

Paulo, of Wilson Rood, were confined 

ir home for o few weeks due to 

■ • 

Mrs Robert C. Carr of Pleasure Isle 
ubdinsion, has been under a doctor's 
core for a severe cold. 

Moude Brumbach of McCullum Road, 
> ..... itching UP On her housework 

. . • i I j yjeel Mauck ma 
week vacal i I .' ar 
Mr and Mrs Mo n I Schad 

H a to. | i ,i,( parents of 
• •.. •• •• mo t he r or ' 

.!. at home That makes 
. with five di ndenl To. new 
• . * . nomi d li slie Eugi I 

' • ■ • • Sunday the 
• • n n and will 

■ first raci f th< si as<>n. 
Harry Rubbi ' McKim DriveT IS ""* 
I at und offer having been con- 
l.nol I i i* v.. ■ > s of his rwime due to 
Harry will still toke it eosv this 
lino ♦' r work 
Dow«on McDonnold of Cody Road, he. 
! . hi rursmg a dock ailment. 

Hickory Grove WMS 

The Hickory Grove W M.S met at the 
church Tuesday night Severol were ab- 
sent because of sickness. We missed them 
very much Glod to hear they are much 
better The program, "Make Me A Bless- 
ing," was very interesting The Week 
of Proyer night was held at Martha Mad- 
dox's on Thursday night with two of our 
members that were sick, present, Mrs 
Franklin Lipscomb and Mrs William E 
Durr So glad to have them oble to be 
with u s We studied about the needs of 
misse nories m Alaska, Costo Rico, Pan- 
omo, Cono /one ond many other places 
We hope that through our prayers and 
small offerings we con be of some help 
We know that through prayer many 
things can be accomplished. The need of 
missionaries and buildings ore needed in 
all parts of the world Our next meeting 
will be held at the church the first Tues- 
day 'in April at eight o'clock We do 
wish more ladies of the church would 
become interested in our missionary work 
and be present at our next meeting. — 
it is asking so little when so much is 
needed— join us in prayer, please. 
Doctor*' Building Completed 

Wolfgang Fite, local ccrpenter and 
contractor, has been doing some mighty 
fast hammering in order to have the In- 
dependence Doctors' Building comi Ii ti 3 
by the lotter port of this week Dr 
Frbrtklin Dougherty will begin transferring 
his supplies one) equipment, etc this week 
m order to make ready for finol steps to 
dis office to patients next week 

The building, having formerly been 
Melody Inn, will olso have pording fa- 
cilities in the rear of the structure 
Skating Party 

Sandra West, chairman of her Sunday 
School class for o skating party at Jim- 
Skoting Rink, Erlanger, reported O 
wonderful time was had by all who ot- 
ti | iied. They were Sandra West, Leslie 
Howell, Corol Bailey and Alma Gibson 



poring yourself for many days ahead of : ment wos ca || ed to V ernon Colston's 

oudl .or l.fe ond cleaning up your grounds ! homc f0 extinguish o fire caused by O 

and homes for more useful living. | fou(tv f , ue Last Thursday the Taylor 

' me, it meons that our area will Mill Fire Department fought a house 



n a more lively look You become 
more energetic and you sorta stretch out, 
ridding yourself of the cramped-up feel- 
mo that only winter can cause. Next 
week, the 20th, is the first day of spring" 
and olreody you can notice the busier 
atmosphere around you; the grass and 
are greener, the trees ore bud- 
ding and above all, the robins ore more 
plentiful, a sure sign of spring being 
near 



fire which caused an approximate loss 
of $3,000 to the house, rented by Robert 
Patrick, and owned by Vernon Colston 
The couse of this fire was or over-heated 
stove. 

Local Hotrod Club 

Some of the fellows in 4his area have 
been forming a hotrod enthusiasts club 
ond will hoid a meeting in the American 
Legion Home in Independence, the lotter 
part of this week. They have expressed 



the desire to obtain membership large 
enough to be oble to hove o track for 
their own use, for drag races; to hove as 
members, men who know engines and 
various ways to "soup-up" a jalopy, and 
persons who are enthusiosts for such a 
sport. 

The above club will be one of many 
that have been formed in the Northern 
Kentucky ond Southern Ohio district 
within the past few years oniJ all now 
have a large membership roster. It not 
only keeps speeding cars within a bound- 
ary but also promotes safety measures 
for use in autos in the future. 

Jean McGuffey, Lincoln 'county 4-H 
girl, sold her champion 980-pound steer 
for $29 a hundredweight. 

The Extension program in Montgomery 
county includes increased incomes from 
all kinds of livestock. 

Remodeled farm homes in Calloway 
county include the addition of bathrooms, 
bedrooms and built-in kitchen cabinets 
and sinks. 



ZZT the Best PR,t K „„ „_ r|| ■ rr , „ 



Rice Specials! 

'55 PONT. Star Chief Carolina $2395 
'55 PONT. Star Chief Conv. $2395 

'55 FORD 2-Door "6" $1295 

'54 PONT. Chieftain Catalina $1595 
'54 PONT. Star Chief 4-Door $1595 
'54 PONT. Chieftain "6" $1395 

'53 PONT. 4-Door $995 

'52 PONT, hydramatic $795 

'52 BUICK 4-Door Special $795 

'51 PONT. 2-Door hydramatic $695 



THE OLD 



PLANTATION 



is at 



172 2 MADISON AVE. 

COVINGTON. KENTUCKY 



COIonial 1-4224 



Pjii* 



Over 100 Uied Can to Choote 

from on 1 PUnUtlane 



1722 MADISON AND 425 MADISON; 



j Erlanger Car Sales 1 



"Always 50-Car Selection 



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'53 (HEV. 2-Door $695.00 



block, hi oter tinted glas 



• '52 (HEV. 4-Door $595.00 



Bl< 



full foctory equipmi nt 



'52 DODGE 2-Door $495.00 



wnei low mid 



'50 P0N1IAC '8' $395.00 

two-tone Silvcr.trrak, radio, heoter 



'50 (HEV. CI. Cpe $395.00 



scot covers, 



real nice 



'52 FORD 2-Door $695.00 



Custom radio heater, sharp 



'52 PLYM. 4-Door $495.00 S 



AUCTION 

Due to ill health and having sold our farm, we will sell at auction, our stock and 
tools through Harry F. Johnson and Charlie Steers — 

On Porter Road, V/i Miles West of Verona, Ky. 

Saturday, March 1 7 





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Blue 



see this one 



'51 MERCURY 4-Door $395.00 



radio, heoter 



'50 FORD 4-Door $395.00 

Custom V 8, radio, heater, seat covers 



'49 CHRYSLER $295.00 

Windsor Club Coupe, radio, heater, clean 



m We Have A Nice Selection of Ford Victorias, Chevrolet Bel Airs, Olds 

Holidays, and Many other Hardtops 

5 - 6400 Dixie Highway - • 

S OPEN 9:00 to 9:00 CORNER OF DIXIE & KENTABOO PHONE DI 1-7830 • 



-BEGINNING AT 10:30 A. M.— 

31 HEAD OF STOCK — 18 head of milk cows, including 2 Jerseys, 3 Guernseys, 
4 Milking Shorthorns, 1 Swiss and 8 Holstein; 6 heifers, 3 fresh this spring; White- 
face bull — all cows are young and giving a large flow of milk. Team of extra good 
gray work horses, large; 4 bred gilts, to pig soon. 

TOOLS — Rubber tired wagon with box bed and hay frame, 2-wheel seed sower, 
fertilizer spreader, horse-drawn tools including mowing machine, manure spreader, 
disc harrow, 2-horse corn drill, 2-horse cultivator, metal sled, hay rake, good 2-horse 
scraper, new hammermill and belt, small plows, and farm tools of all kinds, and two 
3-horse riding plows; feed boxes, troughs, feed barrels, hay rope, 2 ladders, forks, 
hoes, other tools, 250-gallon gas tank, 2 rugs to cover tobacco, 8-can milk cooler, 10 
milk cans, 20-gallon water heater, wash vat, 2 single-unit milkers, lot used lumber, 
4-room oil heater, coal cook stove, some other furniture. Lunch on grounds. 






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[ Mr. & Mrs. Henry Robinson | 



Sale Conducted By 



Walton Real Estate and Auction Barn 



HARRY F. JOHNSON, AUCTIONEER 



CHARLIE STEERS, SALES MANAGER 



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WALTON ADVERTISER, WALTON, KENTUCKY 



Thursday, Morel) IS, 1956 



WANT AD SECTION sm^ 



Classified Advertising Rates: 25 cents 

per ad tor 25 words, or leu; over 

25 words, one cent per word. 

All ads cash in advance. 



FOR SALE - 



FOR SALE — Rickord tobacco seed, ot 
Readnour Cool & Feed, Walton, Ky. 
Phone 154. tf 



FOR SALE — 1953 Streomlite house trail- 
er 35 -ft , completely modern. Tom 
Poland, Verona, Ky. Phone Walton 
587. 4t-10* 



FOR SALE — Mixed, alfalfa, ond timothy 
hov. Doled. H Wesselmon, Pelley 
Rood, Independence. FL 7-2915. tf 



FOR SALE — Boston Terrier female pup, | 
A. K'.C , healthy stock, champion blood; 
line. Phone HI 1-8754. 4t-8 j 

FOR SALE— Alfolfa hay, baled, 60c to; 
75c per bale; also 100 bushels com, 
$1.25 bu. Mary E. Ellis, Route 4.. 
Box 411. Turkeyfoot Road, Erlanger, 
Ky. 3f-8* 

FOR SALE — Black Morrison raspberry 
plants, disease-free, $8 00 per 100. 
Opal Simpson, Walton, Ky. Phone 
603. 2t-10 



FOR SALE — Rickard tobacco seed, at 
Readnour Cool & Feed, Walton, Ky. 



Phone 154. 



FOR SALE — Jamesway electric starting 
batteries and Brower finishing bat- 
teries, in first doss condition, wonder- 
ful for robbit hutches White Haven 
Poultry Farm, U S. 42, Union, Ky. 
Call DUpont 4-3370. 4t-10* 

FOR SALE — O.I.C. white boar hog. John 
Klotz, Station Road, Independence, 
Phone FL 7-481 1. 3t-9 

FOR SALE — Large yard roller, powered 
by Ford engine, suitable for com- 
mercial yard grading, reasonable. Call 
Midway Garage Wolton 856 2t-10* 

FOR SALE — No. 1 second cutting alf- 
alfa hay; No. 1 Korean, and No. 1 
timothy, all baled. Russell Sparks. 
Verona, Ky. Phone Walton 289. 



FOR SALE — Two Universal Jeeps, four- 
wheel drive, good tires, motors over- 
hauled, good seats, good point. See 
Powers Conrad, Walton, Ky. tf 



FOR SALE— Five Hereford cattle Step- 
henson Bros , Beaver. Phone Wolton 
1260 2t-ll 



FOR SALE — Toble-top gas cook stove, 
good condition, $20 00 Call Walton 

95. Fred Jones. It- 11' 

— _ — 1 

FOR SALE — Girls 26" B F. Goodrich 
bike, blue; blond Storklme high chair, 
blond collapsible play pen; Murray-go 
round walker; bassinet, FLeetwood 
7 3501. ' 2t-ll* 



FOR SALE — Second cutting alfalfa hay, 
$30 00; mixed hav and alfalfa, $20 
Russell Rector FL 7-2586 4t-ll* 

FOR SALE — Holstein cow, first calf, like 
to sell cow keep calf selling on ac- 
count of illness. Call Mr. Wilde FL 
7-2741. Tavlor Mill Road at Whites 

it-ir 



Conrad, Sales & Service 



tf — 



3t-10* 




FOR SALE — FcJrTtTol ,1r, .. we 9, color 
light rrchid. Coll. Sunday attern.- 
evenings, FL 7-3031. 2f 1 1 



FOR SALE — Good work mare. 7 
old. gentle for children Coll R 
Franks. DUpont 4-3240. 3t-l 1 



The largest item we hove today is the service after 
we make a sole When a country merchant makes a 
sale he has to give a lot of service with it People will 
go down town and buy appliances and other merchandise 
and never t'other obout the service on it, but when we 
sell if, they give us a coll when it does not w "k— that 
n what I want you to do So bus, your merchandise In 
Walton, where you can get service We have t> 
mechanics in this town, os there arc anywhere If voti 
wont service bu> 't from CONRAD and I will sec that 
you get the best of lervi 

V E.i Elmore bought a lot .of Bolce point im 
,:nd Jelled Magic Mr ond Mrs Donald Bokei 
from Florence, had heard so much oIhujI Jelled Magic 
point that fa '• • • . • ! Pun 

came after 40 of angle iron Ri .! ond I cut it up t i 
him Mrs Emily CUek come after 4 rolls ot harh *"■■ 
Jake is sick in bed and not il We * nd him 

, ur I e« Collins, from ElliStOn was in getting 

• •■ fence and eye holts Bertha Jock bought a 9»1? 
linoleum rug and ■ 'eum in 9 width 

Mere comi P ■!.-. .1 and his wife from Kenton county 
. know th, that makes all H 

bought a stepladder and JO s-i y<! • leum T>\ot 

P-rfw jod rj a character we hove <! I ' 



FOR SALE — No. 1 locust fence posts 
seasoned, olso corner posts. Russell 
Sparks. Phone Walton 289 1 1- 1 1 * 



FOR SALE— 1946 Buick 2-door, radio, 
heater, good condition, one can fresh 
A- 1 lard FLeetwood 7-2728. Call 
after 5:00 p m 2t-l 1* 



Look Smart this Easter in Poll-Parrot Shoes for Boys and 
Girls . . . Scamperoo and Trim Tread Shoes for Ladies 
... the Rand Shoe for Men . . . come in, look 'em over! 

MEN'S SLACKS $5.95 to $10.00 

"SHAPELY" SPORT SH I RTS - $2.98 

BOYS' SUITS, sizes 2 to 12 $4.95 to $15.95 

TIES - SOCKS BELTS 

LADIES' & CHILDREN'S DRESSES, HATS, PURSES 
GIRLS' COAT & BONNET, 3 to 6x $5.00 - $6.95 

PLAYTEX BABY PANTS SPECIAL 59c 

LADIES' BRIEFS 39c — Extra Sizes 49c 

FULL FASHIONED NYLONS 

51-guage 98c 

60-guage $1.15 • 

BOBBY SOCKS 49c 

Hours: 7:30 to 6; Fri. til 8; Sat. til 9 



FOR SALE — Hampshire boars, open and 
bred gilts Corn wonted. Coll ofter 
4;00 p. m., FL 7-3031. Paul Breder- 
low, Independence, Ky 4t-ll 



FCR SALE — 5-room house with bath, full 
basement, coal furnace; just six yeors 
old. Mr. and Mrs Arthur Burdine 
35 High School Court, Walton, Ky. 

2t-10* 

FOR SALE — Six-year-old mule Price 
Webster, Verona, Ky. 2t- 1 0* 



FOR SALE — Beautiful building lots, on 
blacktop road, corner new Turkeyfoot 
and Richardson Road, Kenton county, 
15 minutes drive to city. Inquire Mrs 
L Riley, Route 4, Erlonger, Ky 3t-9* 



FOR SALE — Livestock, 15 yoong cows, 
fresh or heavy springers; sell all or 
choice. James W. Huey, Union, Ky. 
DU 4-3182. 2t-10* 



WANTED - 



WANTED — Ironing, house cleaning, or 
any kind of work, reasonable Connne 
Marksberry, Wolton, Route 1 . FLeet- 
wood 7-2579 lt-1 1 



WANTED— Furnace 


repairing a 


nd new 


installation. 


Free 


estimates. 


Phone 


Walton 1453 








tf 


WANTED— Waitress 


full 


time. 


Apply 


in person at 


Southern 


Trails 


Restau- 


rant, Florence 


, Ky. 


, between 1 


:00 and 


1 1:00 p. m. 


No phone 


colls. 


tf-9 



Mr and Mrs I ' ' |ht J I '■' I ' 

and me ' -v Ro b ert sV ' <"' 

Zion Sto»' n .- hen . .• • . hoi 

his rakes shovels and cives Chester Stu' oft 

25 lbs f Bondex for I ncrete walls J V Walton 

came down offer a water pump to pump somi * I • il 
of his basement up ot Crittenden — he took a pitcher 
pump to try his luck 

We have been selling water stop ond Sta Dn during 
these wet days, but it is a bod time to put in « . i 
should wait until the water quits coming through then 
plug the holes and give the walls two coots of Sta Dri 
We have hod very good success with this only o few 
complaints and mostly where the walls and floor *neel 
is where it is hard to stop the water It is so hard to 
keep up with who buys what — there ore four of us 
waiting on customers and I miss so many and what they 
buy. but try so hard to get all of them Omer Kite and 
Russell Boker were tolkmg several minutes ! ut I d<d 
not see what they bought, as I was busy m the side room 

A very miserable, cold day but we have these in 
March, ond very few people car ie t > t iwn Mr and 
Mrs High on Green Road bought Jelled Magic paint. 
We have so many to come m ond ask about Jelled Magic 
pamf Bill Scroggin and Chick worked ' tted up 

a water pump for Bill This is a gear pump witl 
sue! • . 320 gallons. Dawson Bollinger, 



in Walton J B Soegal bought wiring material ond 

pm up lamps Trovn Dunn bought 50 II f Sta Dri for 

his COr> rett walls 

Mis Schuler, on Alta Vista bought Sta Dri foi nrr 
basement walls- -she hod used it before lust wonted 
the « i coot I brighten them^ up Mrs Turner 

down at Bonklict come In and lold us «fhot a nice repair 
job we did on tier Venetian blinds Brewttei rctapad 
ond horded .them for her Onn and Vera Britt h m 
rd church neighl- i.jht Jelled Magic point, 

~ dow glass "Sto-Dn brush ai I -' • for mot 

CO plant bed M.i'v finer came up I 
Armstrong linoleum and plastic window st •■' 

Bell I ' ail him s-r». • us and dull some 

|ht a joll • • I point I 
his gv • 

Mr and Mi Lorry Ryan were I amel 

woi plosf ic w indow ■ ' ' m 

lav! I Mill Rood. «""d 

en working on hi! •'• 

■ • ., .. • • i the 

' . • a fertilizer distril itor for I 
• , ■ t of wol 

* 
• • pmt-TTl 

wen ■ ■ ■ lay buying few 



■ ■•..'. |ht •<•'. elied Mag 

has u • ... >,. • 

two gallons cf Jelled Mog 

point t« t Grog . ■ •• I 

si inning rod and reel w I '•" 

fishing real SOOn My go.nl friends ond 

Nell Kl V V , ins were in tod 

• . „ • ■ . ••»••■. • .,;«n 

I . to H . • • jv 

• Hightman qt\.', J . Richoi I 
ts ond pipe fittings Cliff Choi |hl two 

lawn I* ■ are 

gi ,nj to need tobOCCO seed canvas tobacco seed sower, 
lawn in,i lawn fertil tei * i om», 
t for house cleon.ng wall 
wall pO| ■ -linoleum win,*, w 

,. • ; .',>••■ . tow I bought : - 

fume tor Ims ptantbed canvas, ond 1 

... 

•n was looking oi 

-■■••■• 

already hod 



tr m Kenton county »o, in he olwoy whei 



for* Service 



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FOR RENT — Two large rooms, private 
entrance, private bath, heat and water 
furnished. Call WgltOfl 1485 lt-11* 



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WANTED — Unmorned mon or middle- 
aged couple, preferably with small in- 
come, to raise garden, poultry, and 
help with general farm work; large 
room with screen porch, electric, fuel, 
and milk furnished; small salary plus 
wages for day work. Phone DUpont 
4-3227, or apply, in person, at the 
Tom Huey farm, on Big Bone Road, 
Union, Ky. 2t-10 

IS YOUR SUBSCRIPTION PAID' 



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'ANYTMIWj WBO»Mi' '«»' *SoiT,» 

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WEli. dLtSC TxfiC? HEAP'S 

SAR.TH 
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CERTAINLY PUTS Pel 3 INTO 
OLD AUTOMOBILES 1 ISAl ' ' 
Tti l all the it t-"i '} SO the v 
JCAM HAVE TMtiP HUSBANDS ^, 
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FOR RENT— 87-acre farm with tobacco 
base Call FL 7-5240, 2t 11 * 

FOR RENT — Housekeeping room at the 
Waltomon Hotel, Walton. Ky. 3t-10* 



FOR RENT — House, 4 rooms down ond 
2 up, gorden spoce, $20 00 per rrn nth 
7 miles from Dry Ridge, near Knox- 
ville. Nathon Elliott. Phcn.e TA. i 
4-2809. 2t-10* 



FOR RENT r«e rOOIWI kitchervette and 
bath, furnished or unfurnished Call 
JUninrr 1 -3058 after 6 p m 2t-1 0* 

ADDITIONAL WANT ADS 

(Continued on Page 6) 



FOR RENT — 3-room eottoge Red Arrow 
Trailer Court, 2 miles South of 
ence on Dixie (U. S. 25) 2t-10* 



FOR RENT^Trailer space available at 
Red Arrow Troiler Court, 2 miles 
South Of Florence, on US 25 4t-l0* 



FOR RENT — Apartment, 3 nice rooms, 
hall and bath; hot and cold water 
57 South Mom St, Walton 2t- 1 0* 



MISCELLANEOUS - 

MASON SHOES — Guaranteed with per- 
• • • • a . , ,„. ft i rl if! 1 call v. • 
747, or see William t Hani agent 

4t I r 



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4 37*4 ■ 
4 iMU (>',-. d 

«1 i K A I- A t '•■• ti • ""iiogK 

»unty, 

call FLeetw - .1 7 8001 tf 



AUTO & TRUCK Injuronce 'J3 w written 

'■ i . ■ il drivirig n ' 

full line of fire and win ( ( insur- 
ance, formers' liability, ond Blue 
S(>ecials on life insurance ond 
with i a- • , 
Farm Bureau Lifl C(>mi>ony. 

John E Criglcr, Agent, Burlington f y 
ne Burlington 912 ft 



The Right Broker . 

Choosing the right broker when 
you're planning to sell or buy o 
house can spell the difference be- 
tween unnecessary delay and dis- 
opointrnent, loss of money, and a 
satisfactory deal. 

—FOR SALE— 

WOULD YOU l^e a ma m 
house in Latonia with gas heat, 
top condition — $9,500 00. 
WALTON— On Alta. Vista Drive; 
modern 4-room house; $8,200. 

WALTON — 4 room house, mod- 
ern, priced right! 
BEAVER ROAD — 5 room house, 
both, .4 acre tobacco base. 
WALTON — Six rooms, modern, in 
top condition; rental possibilities 
$10,500. 

—SEE— 

gayle Mcelroy 

43 So. Main Street 
WALTON, KENTUCKY 

Phone 1852 

— ^Representing — 

Austin Mann Realty Co. 

Dixie Highway at Underpass 
ERLANGER, KENTUCKY 

Phone Dixie 1-5555 



HOGS & BEEVES kill tmenl 

Rouse's Slaughter Hou Hempfling 
Rood. I mile East of LLL Highway 
FL 7 2735 4t-iP 

IS YOUR SUBSCRIPTION PAID' 



WIND IN URANi I Out '. ui- 

so fire in-urance, or if fire coveroge it 
sufficient with thi' k<al ossessm,>nt 
company <* ■ I .> roge ccn be wrtten 
to match your fire coverage John E. 
Cngli I o ■;■ nt, Burlington, Ky I • oe 
tarling: n tf 



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LOST , male named Laddie. 

Reword Call FL 7-2350 lt-11 • 




1955 DODGE 4 Door — automatic transmission 

1952 NASH 4-Door with overdrive 

1950 BUICK with radio and heater 

1950 PLYMOUTH 4-Door 

NOW is the time to TRADE— about out of USED CARS! 

PETTIT MOTORS 

FLeetwood 7-4561 Independence. Ky. 






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WALTON, KENTUCKY — THURSDAY, MARCH 22 1956 



ime 41 - Number 12 



Farm Bureau Bill 
On Stale Gas Tax 
Signed Into Law 



i 



inc tax refund till cm! dying 
•••,.. fOi k . I ifm Bureau 
I Nan, ■ ■ I 



Clou, 





• . . . 

fund I. ill was u major aim <■( 

, ,,, ■• • i 

lively i hmat 

t t' .■ f. • .• [j s. 

ings of $t 500 000 1 $ I ; ' ■ ' ilOQ t. 

| 

H»rlim-i| t o apply f ■ • ,te bcCQUSe 



■■ . • '•■■ that i 
• | ., 

low stmpfifii , ■ luri r ri 
, ' Kentucky fornv i • l l ■ 
paid in ■ ' n pro 

j urges farm. 
tokr immr.luiti- ad. • • . • •■ new 

• ■ .... ., 

benefits of the new low. wo have ■ 
liltril uti ti hji .1 form', tl 
lUIIHu li Um,' Mr Sf Cloir son! 
' . • I rn ill n t. |uin 

the former is namr oddrrss and gavO- 
line !•< rrrnt number total num! i ■ 



Pure Gold Class Meets 

The Pure Gold Sunday School Closs 
nif t nt the Walton Boptist Church, In 
March 9 
I h. ii present weri Mr-. Jones, Donno 
Jump, Put',, I IdlnS Sylvia Day, P ' 
Clem Pauline Cotton, Wonda Tocketl 
,'i Watson and Barbara Jone' A 
! 'n vi'.it i was Bi nnita H< rrii 
I i ■ nr-t m, i in. j M ill |.. I , :,) ! - 

' oil members ate urged 
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Precinct Chairmen Named 

M 

* Red. Ci 

meed f hi • , t I 

■ ■■ Mrs J B 

M. ,/. ■ 

men ' ' f ■' ■ ii 



Study Is Planned 
On Rates Paid For 
Auto Insurance 



C mmissii ner of Injurance Cad Thur- 

mon today launched an investigation to 

■ >nc. wheth, r Kentucky motor ve- 



il i'ii i i vi rrhorged by 

finance companies or\ collision coverage. 

Mi announcea a request has been 

made of oil companies writing collision 

ting them to mall a 

qui tiii ain I each in: un d individual 

t ,|, ti imiiu tf ■ numtx r of vehicles im- 

! 

The difference in premium rates be- 
>56 fund • now under ] ,ween ' Kro dwnbto *u"r 



.> . 



gallons purchased with invoices attached, 

totol number of gollons used in ft I 

... . . . , , . . . ,, estate ooents or auctioneers onywhere in , ^ 

on fnghwu, • • number galtons : — r— — —g , 4-tenwvely in Kentucky. 

the State of Kentucky must have a st • "- ""**■ 

• • license on' aid after July 1 

I 956 ''I t ion of the law 

. Iv the Reol Estate License 

Low applied only to t 

jing to others ond 

• ■ ii or within f.,. milis of o City 
fifst. Sell rid or thirrl-cio 
Amm fcv. ■ ' i: fi signed t give 



on which refund is claimed 

JOHN WASHUM 

Services f i hn Washum, Covington, 

1st Thui I . '•■ moon of the 

Hamilvm funeral home Verona with 

bumf • wing >n New Bi " i f" Cemetery, 

. 

.Mi .'.■..•• 
V ■ March 12 at St Elizabeth Hos 

pital Covington He was o meml 
" ' ul I' Baptist Chu' ' nngton 

"■ leaves a daughter, Mrs. Earl Ash 
croft with whom he r. ■ 
Marion Washum id El lis ton, u half- 

I Washum ..f William'' *■ 
t ur granddaughters, and three great- 
grondchildwi 



Tarvin Buys Angus Cows 

■'. recently 

bought thn . purebn Aberdeen Angus 
» from A. 7 on,i J I Sanders, Lan- 

Boone County Births 

- ) births have I i i I n 
ed by the I mty Hi th Depl 

A . ' n id Elizobeth, I . ' 

• eph Moo h 2 

Bed, I •■• 1 1 v Burlington, girl, 

Ai.i Kofi ■ Marc h * 

I ■'• ' lien ond Mary, Walt 'n 

I '. ' ■ i.'v 74 

Butli ■ Fronl • ■ % Wolt n. 

I , William Joseph, March 6 

i. vingtoi Roscoi ond Normo, girl, 
I •bruary 24 

Dempsey Lawrence ond Man Walton, 
I , Lawrei A' rh o-, March 2 

■ . in Aulti n o^d Etha, Walton, girl, 
1 da Kqj March 1 

Ion I l rrt and Evelyn, Fir 
boy, Robert Joseph, March 2 

M " Lloyd ond Barbara Burlirt 
girl, Diana Ray, March 5 

Poole Henry and Mildred Burlington, 
..."lil ruary 26. 

Reevi ".. Bcri|omin and Virginia Wal 
' • ;irl Darlene Frances February 27, 

Ii . lames and Ruby Florence 
boy, Ralph Edward, March 2 

Sleet Wendell and Elizabeth, Florence, 
girl, Deborah Sue, March 9 

Smith, William and Stella, Verona, 
boy, Marvin Grant, March 1 . 

Stevens, Kichard ond Betty, Florence 
boy, Richard Todd February 25. 

Upton, William and Gertrude, Walton, 
girl, Karen Merchcll, February 22. 



Boone-Kenton Dairy Meet 

A dairy meeting for Boone and Ki n 

ton county dairymen will be held at 
jimnn Kenton High School, near Inde 
pi inli rice, on Monday, March 26, at 
8 00 p m 

Slides will be shown on "Silage With- 
out A Silo," the newest technique in 
making silage, also o film on "Illinois 
Artificial Breeding." 

A speaker from the Amcricon Breed- 
ers' Service will be present. Refreshments 
will be served to oil You ore urged to 
attend. 



Bake Sale, March 31 

The Ladies Aid Society of the Walton 
Christian Church is sponsoring a bake 
solo on Saturday, March 31, at Ryon's 
rHdwi*flff* ond Drv Goods, Walton, be- 
ginning at 10:0(^*0. m. In oddition to 
halrr* itum, chickens will also be ovuil- 
able 



Real Estate Agents 
And Auctioneers 
Must Be Licensed 



The Kentucky State Reol Est :t, Com 
" that by state law passed 

by the last K li n of the General As 
,i mhly oil [>ersons operating as reol 



I soid Comn ■ f hurman He expbjin- 

n coverage on financed 
s falls into tw classifications 
Class one api lii *' n there ore no 
■ ■• in the insured's household un- 
der 25, and class two is applicable where 
tl ■ " are operotors under 25. 

The Commissioner urged persons re- 
ceiving questi'-Tjires from insurance 
companies to fill them out ond return 
them promptly, to determine whether 
H ' re is an overcharge Mr Thurmon 
said, "We have every reason to believe 
that the practice of misclossificotion re- 
sulting in higher insurance premiums to 
the policyholder, is being carried on ex 



■ ■■ 
1956 

• ■ t • .■ ■ 

• 
or ao an furni I I iti ' )ih.,r> 

was engaged in the reol 
estjti as such os of January I, 

1956. ond does not reside In or within 
five miles of anv of Hn fit t three classes 
of cit . ' would I eligible for a 
license without taking the wotten exam- 
• He must howt .' I : sf a 3.000 
cmimrrcial surets bond and opply prior 
to July I, 1956, otherwise the written 
r» animation is required The new a- 
mrndmi nt d * : n t apply to persons re- 
siding in or within five miles of the 
first three classes of cities. 

Ani n • irous of obtaining a real 

estate liceo uld communicate with 

the Kentucky State Real Estate Commis- 
1129 Kentucky Home Life Build- 
ing, Louisville, Kentucky ' r th< purpose 
of obtaining the 'necessary application 
( im Alter July 1, 1956, all persons 
I for o real i -.tjti Hi i re i must 
pass a writtin examination which ore 

only held i vi r> thn i- m mths -- 

The Commissi) n furthei urgi that all 

facts indicating misconduct of real estate 

luctmnerrs be submitted to it 

ligation to determine 

of a license I u ' be' suspended or re- 

. l ■ ' Attn July I, 1956, unlicensed 

o al i ' ' ■ t , and auctioneers can- 

■ t . lall) iillrct for their services. 

The Commission is composed of Edwin 

. S| rowl chairman, Louisville; J. Argyle 

Louisv ille ; G W Ammerman, Jr., 

|ton and H Bemis Lawrence, 

seen fan, . iun i I » Li iuisn die 



It hos also come tp cur attention 
Jhpf some vehicle buyers ore not provided 
with o duplicate of their policy os is re- 
quired The law requires that a cor buy 
informed of finonce charges and 
msuronce charges and they not be pre 
• f as o packoge deal without indicat 



ng the premiums charged and coverage 
pros the p ' icy. " 



SALLYE JEAN HARVEY 

Solly J' en, the win wi L Id dau 
of Mr. ond Mrv William Harvy 
if Glcncoc, passtd awav March 19, at 
St Elizabeth Hospital, Covington. 

Besides her parints she is survived by 

a brother, William Homer Harvey, ond 

t> r, Sandra Kay Harvey, both at 

her paternal grandparents, Mr. 

and Mrs Homer Horvey, and hi r mater 

nal grandmother Mrs Osic Brown 

Services wire held Thursday after- 
noon, March 22 at the Pleasant View 
Baptist Church, with burial in the Picas 
ant View Ci m, ti rv 

Hamilton funeral home, Verona, had 
chcrge of arrangements 

ELIZA JANE ATHA 

Mrs Elua Jane Atha (nee Beach) of 
Elliston R uti I, passed away March 18 
ot the h"mr of her dauqhter, Mrs F, J 
Carter, Elliston, Route 1 She was 90 
years of age. and a member of Pleasant 
Vil w Baptist Church 

Mrs Carter, she is survived by 
five si i I ■ t Charles, Jesse William 
and Ben Atha all Of Elliston, Route 1, 
• ' Mi Junrj Pi ltd of Covington; 
16 grandchildren, ond 26 great-grand- 
children 

■ hi , wi re held Wednesday after- 
noon, March 2 1 at the Pleasant View 
Baptist Church, with burial in Pleasant 
View Ctmi ti 'v 

Hamilton funeral home, Verona, had 
|i '".'nt- 



Walton Baptist Girls Win Contests 








Wanda Jo Tockeft 

Miss Wando Jo Tackett, doughtei Of 
Rev. and Mr Ji . , b ,1' Tocketl 
ton, won first place in the North Bend 
Associational Traininq Union Intermedi 
ate Sword Drill held at the Erlanger Bap- 
tist Church, March 13. 

Wanda will represent Nvth Bend A- 

sot. lOhi o.'':J at the re,ji. rial " 

Frcjnkfort March 27 Shi i a member 
f I nt Baptist thurch, Walton, and is a 
In hman al Wall n^Veroi 



Gail Stephens 

Miss Gail ' ;ns, daughter of Mr. 
anef Mrs Howard Stephens, Walton, 
Route I. was first place winner in the 
Ni rth Bend Associational Training Union 
' >< akl rs Tournomcnt held at the Erlanger 
Baptist Church, March 1 3. 

Gail will represent the North Bend 
ational Training Union at the reg- 
ional . • 

'March 27, Shi i 'first 

Pupti'.t e.burch Walton, an'd is o 
n (CcnToi 



MRS. SARAH DIXON 

Services for Mrs Sarah Switzer Dixon, 
wl lied late Saturday night at St Eli? 
obcth Hospital. Covington, were held 
Tuesday afternoon at the Chambers ond 
Grubbs funeral home, Walton. 

Mrs Dixon was the wife of Wilford 
Di»' n, a farmer, living on Verona Road, 
Walton She was 41 years old and a 
native of FranHm county She was a 
memb e r of the Walton Baptist Church.. 

I ■ she i s survived 

I lub rt Dnon at hom< , Wil 
ford Dixei f Atw I ^nd Kenneth D. 
with tl US Air For:e at Kinrnse 
Air Field Michigan; two daughters, Velva 

•".:■• both at • 
r, Richard SwifZi r of Jctferson- 
Ky | sister Mr Clara Horbeck 
I grundcnild. 



Air Force Basketball Star 

A lc Randolph Stormy" Linton of 
■ ' n County AFB, Wilmington, Ohio 
has been an outstanding basketball play- 
er with the Air Base team this season 
While going through the season with a 
20 points per gome average. Stormy was 
usually the spark in all games. In the 
Great Lakes Conference basketball tour- 
nament held ot Scott AFB, III., Linton 
hit the basket for a 26-point average in 
a 3-game series, and wasgiven honoroble 
mention on the all-tournament team. 

A lc Linton plans to enter college 
when he is discharged from the Air Force 
His wife and son reside with him now at 
752 Romboch Ave , Wilmington. He is 
the son of Mr. and Mrs. A. M .Linton, 
Sr , of High Street. 

LIGHTS OUT, SUNDAY 

The Union Light, Heot & Power Co 
has announced that power will be off 
Sunday March 25. from 1 00 to 5.00 a 
m , in the Crittenden, Sherman, Dry 
Ridge, and Williamstown areas 

Christian Church Services 

The young people of the Wolton 
Christian Church will have charge of the 
s< rvices Sunday evening, March 25, at 
7:30, which will include o guest speaker. 
. A condle-light communion service will 
be held at the church Thursday evening, 
March 29, at 7.30. 



Boone County DAR 
Chapter Celebrates 
Fourth Anniversary 



The fourth anniversary dinner meeting 
of the Boone County Chapter, Doughters 
of the American Revolution, was hold 
ot the Hearthstone in Ft. Mitchell. The 
chapter was organized March 28, 1952 
with thirteen organizing members, Tho 
charter was left open for one yeor ond 
during that time members were added 
which brought the total charter members 
to twenty-four. At the present time the 
chapter has thirty-nine members ond one 
associate member. 

During the onniverscry meeting, the 
regent, Mrs Roy Nestor, gave official 
welcome to new members added during 
the past year, namely, Mrs. James Dean, 
Mrs. Floyd Roberts, Mrs. Ronald Crume, 
Mrs. William Long, Mrs. William Conrad, 
Mrs. Henry Haves, and Mrs. Walter 
Ferguson, with one associate member, 
Mrs Bruce Morton. 

Mrs Samuel ~"Denham, Sr , National 
Defense choirmcn of the chapter, and her 
grandson, Ronald Crume, presented an 
excellent program on the life of Clara 
Barton, founder of the American Red 
Cross, and one of the founders of the 
DAR, as Miss Barton was the first 
sergeant at arms of the National society 

Membet ts presi nt were Mes- 

dames Fred Bennett, Frcnces Berkshire, 
Louis Broun, J. Proctor Brothers, Clifford 
Coyle, Harold Conner, Ronald Crume, 
lames Deans, Samuel Drnham, Sr., John 
Louis Feagcn, Dovis Gaines, Charles 
Goodridgc, Wallace Grubbs, H. S. Howes 
Ashlin I igan, John Lockwood, Roy C. 
Nestor, c loyd Roberts, Rufus Tanner, 
t Tolin, William Tupman, F. J. 
Weidenkoff. Clarence Wolfe J. B. Wolfe, 
William Long William Conrad, Walter 
Ferguson, Mary Huey, Mary Evelyn 
I rter, Rose Matthews, Misses Margaret 
Goodridgc Jean Sleet, LelaH Wolfe, Vir- 
ginia R. Nestor, Lynda Blackburn, Ron- 
ald Crume, ond Ellis Crawford. 



Cecilian 4-H Club Meets 

The Cecilian 4-H Club met in the 
church basement at Independence, Mon- 
day, Fcbru 20, ot 8 p. m. Tom Riley 
wqs present and gave out record books 
to the members. He said that the pres- 
ident secretary and reporter were doing 
very well with their work. Melvin Strain 
|pid, that the chMdren who were taking 
electricity were doing nicely. 

it y ■ d to hold the next meet- 

Miotch 26, at &°p. m. 



Swim Pool Proposed 
For Union Community 



Kenton 4-H Club Meets 

The regular February meeting of the 
n and Community 4-H Club was 
held at 8:00 p. m., with all members 
present, and anxious to start their pro- 
jects. No meeting was held in January 
becouse of bad weather. 

Beaver Youth Enlists In Navy 

Clifford Ray Moore, son of Mr and 
Mrs. Elbert Mnnre, Beaver Lick, enlisttd 
in the U S Navy March 8, and is now 
taking his "boot" training ot Great Lakes 
Naval Training Station. He graduated 
from New Haven High School in 1953. 



Youth Revival To 
Be Held at Florence 
Church; Starts Sunday 



Beginning on Sunday, March 25 and 
continuing through April 1, the young 
people of the Florence Baptist Church 
will lead m a revival, starting at 7:45 
each evening. 

The pestor, Rev. R. A. Johnson, issued 
the following statement concerning the 
meeting: 



Jan Fields 



"Jan Fields, one of our local boys, a 
fine young Christion and a great pracher, 
will be the evangelist. Jan is one of 
our finest young men, true to the Word 
of God and not afraid to preach the truth 
as taught in the Word of God Charlie 
Utz will be in charge of the music, and 
a fine program has beer arranged, with 
special music in all of the services. 

"We feel that what we need in Flor- 
ence, and in all other communities, is a 
revival that will lead us to see that sin 
destroys and that Christ is the answer 
to overcoming this mighty mrnster, the 
devil, that is seeking to destroy our 
nation, our homes, and our young people. 
The reason for this special week is not 
just because of the season of the yeor, 
but because we are concerned about the 
spiritual life of our church ond our com- 
munity. 

"This is a special invitation for all to 
attend these services and see a fine group 
of young people serving the Lord and 
leading in this great crusade for Christ 

FLOWERS FOR EASTER 

The Bykota, Sunday School Class of 
the Walton Christian Church is now fak- 
ing orders for flowers for Easter Flowers 
come from Family Gardens Flower Shop 
at Florence. Corsages are priced from 
$2.00 to S3. 50; potted plants, $2.50 to 
$3.50; orchid corsages $5.00, and cut 
flowers at varying prices. 

The class will appreciate any orders 
and it is hoped you will get them in 
soon. Please phone Evelyn Rouse, 1483; 
Maida Holder, 1315, or Ben Doan, FL 
7-59 19, and they will take your order. 
Flowers may be picked up Friday after- 
noon, March 30, or any time Saturday, 
March 31, at the Colston-Speagle Coal 
building on North Main Street. 

Union Easter Sunrise Service 

A Union Easter Sunrise service is be- 
ing planned for Easter Sunday in the 
Walton Baptist Church, commencing at 
7:00 a. m. Pastors of the local ehurchc 
will participate in leading the service and 
a united choir is being arranged to lead 
.the singing. It is hoped that all CI 
ians will attend to give a U'litcd witness 
TO our faith in the Risen Christ and the 
power of His resurrectien. 




Full Particulars To Be 
Explained Tonight 



A meeting will be held at the New 
Haven School, Thursday, March 22, at 

8 00 p m, to decide the issue -cf— a~ 

swimming pool for the Union area. This 
is a community project, and would be 
non-profit. All income would go toward 
loan payments, operational costs, im- 
provements, and cutting swimming fees. 
The pool would meet State Board of 
Health regulations in every respect, with 
pure water, bath house facilities of ade- 
quate and sanitary conditions, qualified 
life guards ond attendants. 

The equivalent of 300 families sub- 
scribing each to a $35 .00 family mem- 
bership.-for the yeor will be necessary to 
get the project under way immediately. 
The $35 would enable an entire family 
to swim any time the pool is open, all 
summer. Guests at the pool would have 
to pay 85c per adult and 65c for child- 
ren, under 12, in order to use the pool. 

Full particulars will be explained at 
the meeting this evening. If interested 
in such a project, you are urged to be 
present. 

Infantile Paralysis Meeting 

An important meeting of the Boone 
County Chapter, National Foundation for 
Infantile Paralysis, will be held Tuesday 
evening, March 27, at the Fire House in 
Florence, according to Mrs R. J. 
Schwenke, county chairman. The meet- 
ing will begin at 7:30. 

Edvvqrd J. Fike, state representative 
of NFIP, "will be present to assist the 
chapter in plans for the coming year. 
Officers for the year will also be elected. 

Officers now serving the chapter, be 

sides Mrs. Schwenke, are Bruce Ferguson, 
Union, co-chairman; Quentin V. Kent 
Florence, chairman of March of Dimes; 
R. G. Maurer, Florence, secretary, and 
John O. McEvoy, Burlington, treasurer. 

Piner Homemakers Meet 

The March meeting of Piner Home- 
makers was held with Mrs. Robert Elliott, 
os hostess. Discussion of the character- 
istics of the new materiols for rugs, up- 
holstery and sheer curtains with special 
emphasis on nylons, sarans ond rayons 
was given by Mrs. William Wolterman. 

Members answering roll call were: 
Mesdames Robert Bell, J. C. Cavanaugh, 
John Dwyer, Frank Elliott, Robert Elliott, 
Dewey Fisk, Otis Fisk, Charles Flynn, 
Owen Flynn, Amos Lunsford, John Luns- 
ford, Marion Martin, Fred McMillian, 
Chester Mullins, Malcolm Oliver, Angelo 
Pelizzari, Stephen Rich, Leslie Smith, 
Elmer Spaulding, Willis Streine, Roy 
Tomlin, William Wolterman, James Kid- 
well, and John Fronk. 



Ground Observation 
Corps of Walton One 
Year Old March 23 



A special meeting of the Walton 
Ground Observation Corps will be held 
on Friday, March 23, at 7:30 p. m , in 
the Wolton City Building. 

The local Ground Observation Post 
will be one year old March 24, and in 
honor of this event, the post is going to 
conduct a membership drive. The post 
has a quota of 100 members, and at the 
present time there are only 25. Mem- 
bers are going to conduct this member- 
ship drive the week of March 26-31. 
Those who arc approached for member- 
ship and do not have time to take part 
in the corps will be asked for a small 
cash donation to help provide some of 
the things needed to carry on this work. 

Post Supervisor John T. Still said, 
"This is your country just the same os it 
is the country of members- of the post, 
so why not joint the Walton Ground 
Observation Corps?" 



Another Technician Added 

The Kentucky Proved Sire Service, af- 
filiated with American Breeders Service, 
has recently added a third technician 
to their organization. Lewis Cottongin, 
Shclbyville, is the newly employed tech- 
nician. He will service Shelby and ad- 
joining count ies^ 

Technicians and their wives were re- 
honored at a dinner meeting held 
at the Hotel Donald, Williamstown. 



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Ryland Homcmakers Meet 

Mm Harold Halfhill was h ri i to 

th. Rylond Homemakcrj Cluh fur the 

meeting Mi- W P Schwolt 

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ings lesson Shi rah I thai rhen It a 

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day, and nyd n and saran on < uti nsively 

1 m are easily 

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Mrs o J Williams re id Inti 
»ion ro the World" by Don Valentino 
'"' thi reading lesson Mi, Wiihom A. 
I nducted thi recreational period 



The cluh voted 10 send $5 00 to the 
Crusade for f reed o m , 

The April meeting will be held in the 
t Mi' I B I l< rmei 

Iln following wen | •• enl Mi sdomei 
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Hi im, I I. -H. I OW ■ n William A. 
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Schmidt, thi I I • Mrs 

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3000 Films Survive UK Blaze 

N, orly oil , I the 3,000 motion picture 
films i" the Univi rsity of Kentucky's De- 
partment of Audio Visual Service! surviv- 
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By Gil Ktngihtiry 

The Truman Book: 

The seci "d volume of former President 
Truman's memoirs has CM en published 
anil Mr Truman declares that Kentucky's 
Afben Bark ley could have won th 1952 
Democratic presidential nomination had 
he remained in the race Washington has 
1 1 , , discu »ln j thol nil |tel r«e< ntly 

We have to disagree with the former 
president First of all, Mr. Truman's 
ement of the greot Kentuckion 
ton,, too late to be effective And it 
was not-o ti ng a-, it could have been. 
, ii-, nson forces had the 

w, II organized and it wos ap- 
parent from the moment the opening 
gavel banged the Democrats to order 

Most Popular: 

I king boCV on it now, there is no 
• that r „ oat r Borkley was the most 
;r man in thi ut the 

• . ■ , ■• hod '.i wed up the 

and it was all ovi r be! n any 
old be mode. 
But let's get bock to the present. Scn- 
.' r Barkley, a great campaigner, hos 
■ • n named chairman of the Senate 
Democratic Campaign Committee That 
|i ,: i dedicated to getting Democratic 
n ^ninees elected So it means, too that 
thi veteran Kcntuckion will be on the 
stump this year. He succeeds his Ken- 
tucky colleague, Earle C. Clements, who 
is running for re-election and con't hold 
the chairmanship. 

Sweeping the Floor: 

We have oil heard the story obou* 
Senator Berkley's school days, how he 
had o job os janitor in o small Kentucky 
school. 

Last week Mrs W. J McCoy died in 

Washington and her obituary revealed 

that her late husband, the Re*. W J 

McCoy, was the principal of the schoo 1 

Mr Borkley studied ond labored 

I hts formol education. 

Moil Call: 

T M. ntqomrrv County educotor: 
ore fading for a federal school 
• tru ti n program To Harrison 

! Count. r< ert McCormick, NBC 

commentator in Washington is a native 
>f Danville To Gallatin County 

wot, r Kcntuckians In "ie capital refer 
to that important project os the Warsaw- 
Marklond Dam th, Tc 

I Lewi O untv .portsmon- The new high 
doms along the Ohio should Im- 
prove fishing if anti pollution efforts af- 
j SUCC« uflll. 

The C rrect pruning of trees was cm- 
phosned by Oldham county homemokers 
at thnr January club meetings 

. Signs reading, "Letcher County 4-H 
Club ^ u ' will be pi i 

the County 4-H Club Council on five 
maior highways entering the county. 
Plans have been mode to provide tele 
■.ice for 55 additional farm 
families in Boyd county 

. , rol hundred farm record I 
been distributed to farm families 
in Graves counts 



SPORTS ACCIDENTS CLAIM 
28 LIVES IN THE PAST YEAR 

A total of 28 pi rsons lost their lives 
hunting and fishing in Kentucky 
luring 1955, according to a survey re- 
- i ntly comi l( ted by the Department of 
r,d Wildlife Resources. Sixteen of 
thi fat III on d as a result of fish- 

ing activities, ond 12 were killed while 
hunting In addition, 19 persons suffer- 
ed non-fatal hunting injuries and four 
:ur< d while fishing. 

Th, repi rl o w, d that five of those 
kill, d in hunting accidents were under 
the oge of 15, five were between 40 and 
65. and two were between 20 ond 40 
years of age. Of the 16 who drowned, 
five were between the ages of 20 ond 
40, six between 41 and 65, and three 
*■ i, over 65. 

Poster Contest Planned 
By Chiropractic Auxiliary 

Notional Correct Posture Week, being 

held the first week in May, was the topic 

* ir.cu.s.on during o recent meeting of 

thi Auxiliary of the Northern Kentucky 

, roctic Association, held at Cabona, 

Erlano 

Initial plans were made for the Correct 
re Poster Contest, which will be I 
ot thot time Fifth ond sixth' grade pu- 
pils will !„ , ligible Pri/, s and rul< w 
t,e announced at a later date. 

*ing Auxiliary members wen 
I on the Poster Coot, t committei 
Mesdomes T J. Ekqge, M E. Hartung 
' A. • Reiko* G. T. Mc 

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NOTICE— BIDS WANTED 

Bids will be received by the Walton 
' f Church for 30 tons of Vi-inch 
crushed gravel, delivered, ond spread en 
parking lot Bids must be in by March 
28 1956 
It 12 CLIFFORD CHANCE, Chr 



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54" Standard 2-Drawer Sinks — originally 

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52-gallon G.E. Dowle Unit Water Heaters— 

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COMMUNITY 

AUCTION 

Sat'day, March 31 



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BEGINNING AT 10:30 A. M. 



Located On Route 17, at At wood, Ky. r 4 1 ? Miles 
South of Independence, on Boyd Elliott's Farm 

20 CATTLE: 15 Black Poll cows with calves; 5 Holstein bull calves; milk goat; 
mare pony; sow and 10 pigs, and sow and 4 pigs. 



'51 Ford Custom $495.00 t 



4 -Door; radio, heater — shorp. 



'50 Ponliac 2-Door $395.00 I 



2-tone, rodio, heoter. 



'49 Plymouth $245.00 I 



Deluxe — see this one. 



We Have A Nice Selection of Ford Victorias, Chevrolet Bel Airs, Olds 
Holidays, and Many other Hard tops % 

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FARMING IMPLEMENTS: Four tractors, Allis - Chalmers "C" with cultivators, 
breaking plow and loader; Allis Chalmers "WC"; Farmall 'F-20" with rubber and steel 
tires; Farmall "F-12" on steel; also other tractors, not listed; 30-ft. elevator, 3 manure 
spreaders (one on rubber), two 7-ft. tractor discs, 2 buck rakes, 2 corn binders, silage 
cutter, 2 power corn shellers. Horse-drawn equipment includes 3 riding cultivators, 
1 -horse cultivator, 2 breaking plows, 2 1 2 disc harrows, I.H.C. mowing machine, hay 
tender, good set of work harness and collars, scoop scraper; International truck, one- 
ton, 1951 model, flat bed; Chevrolet truck, IV4 ton, 1940 model, flat bed; Willy's 
Jeep, 1946 model. - 

MISCELLANEOUS: Cattle oiler, line shaft, 2 !/ 2 h. p. gas motor, 2 power lawn mow- 
ers, electric fance charger, feed trough, 5 steel drums, 1,925 tobacco sticks, pitch- 
forks, shovels, log chain, belts, tobacco and knives, and many articles not mentioned. 

TERMS: CASH LUNCH WILL BE SERVED 

If You Have Anything ofValue to Sell, See 

: Boyd Elliott or Harry Fisk 

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BY DR. KENNETH J. FOREMAN 



Christ Suffered 



Lesson for March M. 1!>56 




11THENEVER we nsk. Why? 
»» about anything that happens, 
we can mean the question In cith- 
er one of two ways Sometimes we 
mean both Perhaps we mean to 
ask. "What were the events that 
led up to this one? What were 
the causes or 
forces back of this 
event, pushing it. 
so to speak, out 
of the Mot-Yet in- 
to the Now-and- 
lien'"" Or per- 
haps we mean to 
B k. "For wh.tt 
purpose did this 
event take place ' 
If it was n means Dr. Foreman 
to an* end, what was the end?- Did 
any man, or did Cod, have a pur- 
in bringing this event to 

if we ask. Whv did a ' 

fei " We can mi an it in the I 
waj 

, ■ er is vei y < 

01 •.:.. s i athei . f ir 

there was no one reason why he 
wds crucified Jesus ' ed bi 

Pilate was a coward; if the 
governor had stood up for what 
he knew was right, Jesus might 
have been saved from an unjust 
sentence Jesus suffered b, 

the Pharisees were jealous and 
had found no other way of getting 
rid of their most troublesome crit- 
ic. He suffered because he was 
courageous; if Christ himself had 
been timid, he could have avoided 
Calvary simply by keeping quiet 
and leaving the country. 

He* Died for Our Sins 

All such reasons it is the busi- 
ness of history to ferret out, an i 
it is of some importance to know 
them.' But the other question is 
not so easy. No historian, as a 
historian, can see it. Only the 
of faith, (which may Indeed be- 
long to historians too) can see the 
great pattern into which this dn I 
ful event fits, this dreadful event of 
the death by torture of tne best 
person who ever walked this earth 
We could not have guessed it. We 
need God's Word to tell us what 

it means. What purpose did Cod 
have in rnind? What was Jesus' 
own intention? We know what 
Jesus said the night before, to his 
disciples as he gave them the 
cup: This, he said, was the cup 
of the New Covenant, "in my 
blood," poured out "for you." We 
know what he had said months 
before 'Mark 10: 45>, that he came 
to "give his life a ransom for 
many " Now the Bible tells of a 
Christ who was totally, from his 
soul's core, at one with God 
Father What Christ intended God 
intended Christ's death was for 
a purpose which God had had (as 
the Bible expresses it > from be- 
fore the foundation of the world 
It was not for his own sake, it 
was for the sake of his friends 
Even more, it was for many who 
were not his friends "While we 
were yet sinners, Christ died for 
us." Paul says 'Rom. 5: 8> . "He 
is the expiation for our sins, ,v I 
not fur ours only, but for the sins 
of the whole world," John say, 
'I John 2:2>. 

How Can This Be? 
Many peo- le fight shy of this 

great truth. Sometimes they are 
slow to believe it just because it 
seems too much to believe. Here I 
am, a single human being on a 
smaU planet. Would the Creator 
of the Universe actually go— not 
to trouble only, but to agony and 
defeat, for my sake? Well, if a 
person thinks that way, we must 
admit to him that it is indeed a 
miracle, the greatest conceivable. 
But there is another reason why 
people are shy about believing that 
Christ could have died for our sins, 
for anybody's sin. How can one- 
man's suffering atone for another 
man's sins? There are two answers 
to that, which are part of one an- 
swer. One is that Christ was not 
just a man, he was the Godman, 
"God-made-man." The other is 
that he identified himself with sin- 
ners, with the worst and weakest, 
the race of man. 
His Death Was in Character 

Jesus' death at Calvary was not 
out of line with his life. If there he 
"took the rap for sinners" as 
Dr. Hordern puts it, this was not a 
new and sudden shift in his life- 
purpose. From the beginning of his 
service in .this world he had been 
so closely' Identified with sinning 
men that he was called in scorn 
"friend of sinners" and indeed at 
last executed as a criminal. No 
wonder Paul can say, "He who 
_Jyiew no sin was made to be sin 
for us." Yet this rehnains all over 
our heads unless we too identify 
our own selves with him. To say 
"He is the Savior of the world" 
is not enough. The final step is to 
discover, "He is my Savior. For 
He 1 ce." 



THROUGH DARKNESS 

Clouds, smoke and fog over the city — darknes* 
enveloping the streets — the church spires hidden! 
Presently the sun's rays pierce the clouds— the fog ' 
lifts— -once more the church spires will point toward 
heaven for all to tee. 
So it is with life. Men and women grope sboct In dark- 
ness; clouds of doubt and the smoke of unbelief shut out God s 
. glorious light. Then church bells peal — eyes and footstep* 
turn toward the house of Ood. 

As sunlight dispels physical darkness, so God'i message 
lifts the darkness from men's souls. Are you hearing 
that message? It sounds particularly clear on Palm 
Sunday morning when the story of Christ's tri- 
umphant entrance into Jerusalem is recalled. 
The Church invites you. Will you come?, 















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WALTON LUMBER COMPANY 

Phone 19 Wolton. Ky. 

PHOENIX RESTAURANT 

"The Home of Good Food" Wolton, Ky 

RYAN HARDWARE & DRY GOODS 

Phone 99 Wolton, Ky. 

LIPSCOMB FARM SUPPLY 

Phone 100 Wolton, Ky. 

BRAKEFIELD DRUG STORE 

Phone 63 Wolton, Ky. 

WALTON FOOD MARKET 

Fine Foods Wolton, Ky. 

CONSOLIDATED TELEPHONE CO. 

Florence, Kentucky 



DIXIE CHEVROLET SALES 

Phone 95 Wolton, Ky. 



WALTON GARAGE 

Phone 40 Chrysler & Plymouth 

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LOSEY'S GARAGE b GROCERY 

Open Daily - South Walton - Phone 529 

BANK OF INDEPENDENCE 

Independence, Kentucky 

B-M SALES Cr SERVICE 

Phone 38 Wolton, Ky. 

ST. CLAIR SERVICE STATION 

Texoco Gas, Oil & Tires Walton, Ky. 

WEBSTER RADIO SERVICE 

Radio-Television Sales-Service Walton, Ky. 

READNOUR COAL & FEED 

Phone 154 Walton. Ky. 

HAGEDORN'S MAYTAG SERVICE 

856 Dixie Hi'woy, Erlanger, Ky. Dixie 1 -5233 



DAN ROBERTS, INSURANCE 

Phone 66 North Moln St., Walton 

FLORENCE DEPOSIT BANK 

Florence, Kentucky 

CONRAD HARDWARE 

Phone 23 Walton, Ky. 

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Walton, Kentucky 

BI-COUNTY FARM BUREAU 

ATlontic 3-2112 Devon, Ky. 

DEMOISEY GAS COMPANY 

Phone 1372 Wolron, Ky. 



ARTISTIC DRY CLEANERS 

Phone 144 Walton, Ky. 

STURGEON ELECTRIC SERVICE 

Phone 184 Wolron, Ky. 

HALL Electric cr Appliance Service 

Phone 187 Walton, Ky. 

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Thursday, March 22, 1956 



WALTON ADVERTISER, WALTON, KENTUCKY 



Page Nine 





fawW f WOD 

MARKET 

^f FOR THIS WEEK 
Little Skipper Catsup, 12 oz. 2 for 35c 

KRAFT MAYONNAISE pint 45c 

GOLD MEDAL FLOUR 5 lbs. 49c 

APPLE SAUCE, Little Skipper, 303 size 2 for 25c 
CINNAMON ROLLS, Pillsbury 25c 

TUNA FISH, Eotwcll, grated light meat 15c 

BUTTER, Parkview, sweet cream lb. 69c 

BUTTER, Parkview, whipped 8-ox. cup 41c 

BIRDSEYE PEAS (with coupon > 10-oz. can 16c 

Bananas, fancy No. 1 lb. 10c 

POTATOES, Birdseye French Fry ' with coupon I 12' 2c 

LIPTON SOUP, Peo, Onion, Tomato 3 for 37c 

FISH STIX, Tast O'Sea 12 oz. 29c 

SPRY 3 lbs. 89c 

NEW PECAN SANDIES, Strcitman 1 lb. bag 49c 

ROME BEAUTY APPLES 3 lbs. 35c 

FANCY FLORIDA ORANGES doz. 29c 

FANCY GREEN BEANS, Florida lb. 19c 

FANCY GOLDEN YAMS 3 lbs. 25c 

Round Steak, choice lb. 59c 

PARKVIEW WIENERS lb. 49c 

PARKVIEW BOLOGNA lb. 45c 

SLICED BACON, Little Skipper lb. 39c 

Beighle Bros. Grocery 

Corner of North Main Street and High School Court 
PHONE 25 WALTON, KY. 



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Wi ore vi ry glad to report the iick 

■ i in our community some better— 
tome arc not al ' 'Ut yet but ore 
im| i 

Wi would U very glad to have a few 
weel ■ i i ■ penally the farmer', 

letting very anxious to burn 
their tobacco beds. 

Our attendance at Stofferdsburg Sun- 
day School and church fell off consider- 

■ I Ic Sunday for some reason Several 

visiting and some w. re not able to 
bi ut H pi more will try to be back 
next Sunday. 

Mr and Mrs Chas Loscy ond son, J. 
B , and Mr and Mrs Ronald Losey coll- 
ed on Mr. and Mrs Will House, Sundoy 
afternoon Mr. House, who has been a 
patient ot St. Elizabeth Hospital, is bock 
heme and is slowly improving. 

Mr. and Mrs Foster Arm- ,trr ng arc 
ixpocted home in a tew days from Flo 



'.' • H. I.ti fttl hard'/, n, Borbnrc Giles 
ond Raymond Giles attended the bosket- 
I urrvarrv nt at Lexington, Saturday. 
Mr ond Mr, Howard barnett and lit 
tli daughti r spent tt - i with rel- 

■ Ml terling, Ky, 
Mr. and Mrs. Howard W.lloughby and 
ightei were Saturday .evening 
i Mr and Mrs. Dewey Parsons 
and children 

Mr> Mary Rice and son colled on her 
• • rv*rs Paul Damon, and fomily, 
W. dm ,doy evening 

Mr and Mrs. Dawson Ballingtr spent 

Sunday with Mr. Bollinger's sister and 

husband, Mr and Mrs. Will Bronnock 

' " ;Tt Mr Balltnger-'v sister, Nannie, 

ponii d tin m home for a little stay. 

Mr and Mrs Joe -Richardson spent 

' )y last week with relatives in Camp- 

b« II county 

Rev George Miller and family were 
' guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs 
Rom and family on Taylor Mill Rood. 

Mrs John Shaw entertained for the 
Stcffordsburg church choir practice last 
lay i .• rung. 



Mr and Mrs. J. J. Bomett spent the 
weekend with their daughter and family 
Mr. ond Mrs. Roy Martin, of LaGrange. 

Mr and Mrs Dewey Parsons ond child- 
ren entertained for dinner Sunday in 
honor of Mrs. Parson's father's birthday. 
Guests included Mr. and Mrs. Wayne 
Riley, Chas. Riley, Mr. and Mrs. Earl 
Hanna, Mr. aricTMrs. Wynford Riley- and 
little daughter of Lexington, and Mr. 
ond Mrs. Leslie Riley. All departed wish- 
ing Leslie many more happy birthdays. 



Remember prayer meeting very Wed- 
nesday at Staffordsburg, 8 p. m. Every- 
one is welcome. 

Forty-seven homemakers in Nelson 
county ore enrolled in a class on weight 
control. 

A campaign is under way to test all 
cattle in Webster county for tuberculosis. 

Each 4-H club in Harlan county will 
set at least 1,000 tree seedlings supplied 
by local banks. 



A & D ELECTRIC 

WIRING OF ALL KINDS 

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Model 40— Tricycle Tractor 
Model 50 — Tricycle Tractor 

USED EQUIPMENT 

F-K Farmall Tractor, pull type plow and cultivators 

290 Corn Planter with fertilizer attachment 

Oliver Crawler - Ellis Tobacco Setter 

International Hay Loader - Co-op Tractor Spreader J 

Model B A I Ms Chalmers with side mount mower 

and single bottom plow 

Will take Fresh Cows or Corn for Part Payment 

If you want to trade — see 

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on your springtime 

clean-up list! 



A thorough lurvty of all (he lamps, 
lighting fixtures, shades and light bulbs In 
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And when you ihop for new lamps at 
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BEAUTY-Plus lamps . . . the lamps that 
have everything — good lighting — good 
styling — fine workmanship. 
A freshly clean — newly decorated home 
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Don't buy a truck blindfolded • • 

Check Dodge before you buy, and get more truck per dollar! 



Choose any yardstick of comparison you can 
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to today's bigger, more powerful DODGE. 

Prove it yourself. Give the new truck you may 
be thinking of buying a good, thorough going 
over. Dig into its payload rating, horsepower- 
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specification book. Then take time to . . . 



Check Dodge. Match every one of these points 
against what you get in a DODGE truck, and 
see how much more Dodge gives you for each 
dollar you invest. 

You owe it to yourself to get the best buy for 
your money, so be sure to get your Dodge 
dealer's deal before you decide— before you 
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Easier on driver— especially 
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Easier to turn. Dodge has 
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Easier to load. Low body- 
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saves you work every time 
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WALTON ADVERTISER, WALTON, KENTUCKY 



Thursday, March 27, 1956 




* Race track talk for this area is slack- 
ing up and latest rumors have it that 
Twin Oaks will be the place v.hrre the 
track will Ik built which sounds ri 
obit on account of transportation costs 
and difficult!) 

The writer and wife and Mrs Jesse 
ter made a flying trip to Wolton. 
lasTThursdo> where Mrs Webster pick- 
ed up 2,000 strawberry plants at the 
5 office We ran into on otd ac- 
quaintance in Wilbur Kelly, who is now 
a letter carrier in Walton. 

Bide-A-Wee farm had four sows to 
farrow last week, the first bringing us 7 
pigs, the second one 10, the third one 
12, ond the fo